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Old December 31st, 2011, 09:51 PM   #1
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Afforestation & Reforestation in Iran

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As a middle eastern interested in the environment i like a neighboring country to be able to overcome the dry climate and the difficult conditions and do afforestate a large areas of the country

I noticed from satellite images and through my visit to Iran that the government had afforestated a large areas near Tehran and other





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1- Question about the existence of a national plan for afforestation and reforestation and objectives .

2- Information and news for afforestation and reforestation projects .

3- View Pictures for afforestation and reforestation for various projects and sites .





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For more information on Afforestation and Reforestation :

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afforestation

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Old December 31st, 2011, 10:35 PM   #2
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Great!

They should try to plant more tropical trees, i know Iran isn't really lush (except for the north part) but still they're nice and clean, seeing these evergreens in 30+ heat is just... weird.

Also in Iraq they have a fetish with tropical trees like palm trees lol
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Old December 31st, 2011, 10:55 PM   #3
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Great!

They should try to plant more tropical trees, i know Iran isn't really lush (except for the north part) but still they're nice and clean, seeing these evergreens in 30+ heat is just... weird.

Also in Iraq they have a fetish with tropical trees like palm trees lol
who will water those tropical trees? u have to keep in mind that they have to choose trees resistant to the lack of rain in the arid parts of iran

i would like more chenar trees, palms are good as well, they need little water,

also, i like that they make it dense, but i think if they space out the trees more , they can still add a very lush appeal but also cover almost twice as much land with the same amount of trees, its better for the growth of the trees aswell, injuri ziad tu ham tu hame, ham derakht kam miad ham zamine kamio mikaran
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Old January 1st, 2012, 01:15 PM   #4
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wa 3leykomassalam

they use drop-watering or how they say it in english(abyariye ghatreyi)

check these pics





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Old January 1st, 2012, 08:05 PM   #5
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Great!

They should try to plant more tropical trees, i know Iran isn't really lush (except for the north part) but still they're nice and clean, seeing these evergreens in 30+ heat is just... weird.

Also in Iraq they have a fetish with tropical trees like palm trees lol
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who will water those tropical trees? u have to keep in mind that they have to choose trees resistant to the lack of rain in the arid parts of iran

i would like more chenar trees, palms are good as well, they need little water,

also, i like that they make it dense, but i think if they space out the trees more , they can still add a very lush appeal but also cover almost twice as much land with the same amount of trees, its better for the growth of the trees aswell, injuri ziad tu ham tu hame, ham derakht kam miad ham zamine kamio mikaran
Aerithia , SoroushPersepolisi

Thank you brothers

Of course, the trees ( including the palm tree ) in areas where temperatures reach 47 degrees celsius or above will be different from species used in afforestation/reforestation projects in provinces such as Mazandaran, Khorasan, Kurdistan or Azerbaijan, for example

Local species of trees, or genetically modified or hybrid will be used by its success in laboratory/field experiments in each region
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wa 3leykomassalam

they use drop-watering or how they say it in english(abyariye ghatreyi)

check these pics





great and very cool

I really wish my brother to visit a real forest land was barren before planting

And I hope Iran to win this (green jihad) , and the scientific and civilizational march , to prove to mules who rule our country that it is possible to do planting forests indeed

It is clear that the images are from two sites, the first (Photos 1 , 2 and 3) is mountainous area , and the other (Photos 4 , 5 and 6) is flat plains

they seem to use (Drip irrigation) like this :





but

is it a temporary irrigation for young trees ? or continuous ?

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continous
except in specific seasons which it isn't needed(too cold weather or raining seasons).For example Tabriz doesn't need much watering in spring and winter.But needs in autumn and summer.
btw I meant Drip irrigation
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continous
except in specific seasons which it isn't needed(too cold weather or raining seasons).For example Tabriz doesn't need much watering in spring and winter.But needs in autumn and summer.
btw I meant Drip irrigation
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Old January 20th, 2012, 02:32 PM   #9
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The source in Arabic , IRNA, and I did not find it in English :

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The President said to expand the green areas and planting trees and forests as much as possible, adding, that it should prevent the production of pollutants.

http://www.irna.ir/ARNewsShow.aspx?NID=30772843
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This Thread aims to:

1- Question about the existence of a national plan for afforestation and reforestation and objectives .
I mean: are projects undertaken by municipalities for beauty. Or at the national level and environmental objectives ?

+ And how much the area that has been accomplished and where ?
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Old January 20th, 2012, 08:17 PM   #10
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It is national.Especially around Tehran.To decrease the pollution of the weather.recently the Afforestation has grown alot.But some provinces more(Alborz,Tehran,Shiraz and Isfahan province have the most I think)
I don't know how much it has been done but I can tell you it's a B I G area
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Old January 20th, 2012, 08:35 PM   #11
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thats a nice thread.thank u friend!
Freddy jan,this mehr pics fromm which part of the country are they
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Old January 21st, 2012, 11:38 AM   #12
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i want to see this expand as far as i can see a green iran on google earth one day
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Old January 21st, 2012, 02:36 PM   #13
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thats a nice thread.thank u friend!
Freddy jan,this mehr pics fromm which part of the country are they
Tehran province.Some are from district 22 and the expansion of Chitgar park
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Old March 4th, 2012, 05:13 PM   #14
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Iran has the resources and ability to become a leader in Green energy. They have the nuclear energy (which I don't really like, but it's cheaper then other renewable energies) and plus have the climate/geography to create wind and solar energy. Am I right?
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Iran has the resources and ability to become a leader in Green energy. They have the nuclear energy (which I don't really like, but it's cheaper then other renewable energies) and plus have the climate/geography to create wind and solar energy. Am I right?
Yes, see this thread about renewables in Iran http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...=783874&page=4
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Old March 5th, 2012, 05:47 PM   #16
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One million free trees for Tehran
TEHRAN, March 4 (MNA) – A Tehran Municipality official said on Sunday that one million saplings will be provided to denizens of Tehran on tree planting day, March 5.

Ali Mohammad Ekhtari, director of the Parks Organization, said citizens will also be provided with manuals detailing how to plant the baby trees.

Ekhtari said the saplings would be available to the public at collection points in 123 parks across the city and that the city was planning to extend the park area per capita from 14 square meters to 15 square meters next year.

He also said four women-only parks – Mothers Paradise, Pardis, Narges and Shahrbanou – had been inaugurated and two others were in development.

The director of the Parks Organization also said that the 10th international flower and plant exhibition will be opened in the month of Ordibehesht, which starts on April 20.
http://www.mehrnews.com/en/newsdetai...NewsID=1551539
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bad nist, sounds good!
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Old March 6th, 2012, 04:31 AM   #18
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In my region there is a local project wich aims at planting trees along the roads between villages and also on the border between farm plots.

The trees are also free, and the project comes because our region (Dobrogea in Romania) is the most dry and one of the least forrested ones in the country.

There was a farmer who did an experiment with the trees, he planted some trees around his plot and obtained 3 times more harvest than his neighbours, with less expenses with irrigation and nutrition. The scientific answer is that trees provide shelter for snow, thus the snow is gathering around the trees and in the spring it melts slower, supplying water into the soil. The water reserve in the soil lasts longer because the quantity is higer (*remember the snow gathered between the trees) and much more because the trees act like a barrier for the dry winds which dry up the soil.

Not to mention the feeling of driving on a road in midday, in the sun, and a drive in the shelter of the trees.
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planting along the roads and between farm plots(specially the second one) applies in most provinces in Iran too
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planting along roads is good

i think we dont even need to plant full forests for larger areas , we can space them out alot, or even make large farm like fields and surround them with lines of cedars and other trees, and fill the inside with high grasses, its beautiful and effective,

south tehran and around many cities its like this but it can be "mass made"

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