Why are there many trees planted at the reservoirs?

Answer The trees stop the soil from falling/dropping into the water in the reservoir.Hence, it prevents soil erosion. If soil is in the water, and water ( fresh water )in the reservoir is for us, humans t... Read More »

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Why are trees planted in reservoirs?

because tree will be able to get plentiful of water from the reservoir.

How many mango trees can be planted per acre?

There should be around 100 mango trees per acre in a mature mango orchard. This gives the proper spacing of mango trees at 10 to 30 feet apart with the rows being 20 to 30 feet apart.Source:Univers... Read More »

How many cherry trees are planted at the National Mall?

Around 3,700 cherry trees are planted in Washington, D.C.'s National Mall. Hundreds of thousands of people visit the National Mall & Memorial Parks every spring during the Cherry Blossom Festival, ... Read More »

Who was the pioneer who planted apple trees?

John Chapman was an experienced nurseryman who planted apple trees across the American frontier in the early 19th century. Remembered as "Johnny Appleseed," Chapman was born in 1774 in Leominster,... Read More »