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What percentage of landmass of India is covered by forestry? 22%
name two examples of hardwoods grown in India? teak and rosewood
How is the Indian climate characterized? The Indian climate is characterized by Hot, Wet conditions which encourage quicker tree growth then other tree growing regions of the world.
What percentage of trees grown are used for paper and pulp production? 10% of the trees grown in the region are used for paper and pulp production in local large-scale industries. some 97% of Forrest's in India are publicly owned and the government is committed to a policy of reforestation
What could occur if areas of open soil are left exposed? These areas are open to soil erosion. when heavy monson rail falls they can cause mudslides in upland areas
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