Why are trees planted in reservoirs?

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

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Why are there many trees planted at the reservoirs?

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 »

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 »

Are fruit trees planted in the spring or fall?

In Australia In the temperate parts of Australia, we plant fruit trees in the winter months of June to August for most, although almonds should be planted earlier. This would apply to most Southern... Read More »

Can lilac trees be planted near a well?

Although lilacs need watering, they do not like wet roots and grow best in well-drained soil. Good drainage is one of the most important things in caring for lilacs, according to Gardener's Supply ... Read More »