Even science has proved that trees are as necessary to our atmosphere as our food for life.Trees are important plants that have improved life through the provision of essential necessities.
It’s not really so hard to think that without trees life would be terminated at the blink of the eye. It is also during this process that trees absorb carbon dioxide—the gas we exhale and the gas responsible for global warming—and releases oxygen in return.
This is why I was saying we’d be terminated without trees. The number one producer of oxygen in history is tree.
Trees occupy an important place in the life of man.
The trees provide us flowers, fruits, fodder for animals, wood for fire and furniture and provide cool shadow from scorching sun.
They also support life by providing wood and charcoal utilized as sources of fuel and provision of timber used to provide housing.
Moreover, trees support life by providing habitat to different species such as bees, birds, and squirrels.
Trees growing on one acre of land are estimated to consume six tons of carbon dioxide and produce four tons of oxygen beneficial to about eighteen people in a year.
Trees sustain the ecosystem through their roots by preventing soil erosion during floods through holding the soil in place. When it rains, the trees soak up and stores water in their surrounding soil preventing water runoff thus, providing sufficient water.
Trees are also very necessary for having good rainfall.
The trees attract rain bearing clouds and prevent soil erosion and conserve the earth.