Planting Paulownia in the Mary region

17.11.2020

Planting Paulownia in the Mary region

I.E. "Jahan Tilsimatlar" is the first company in Turkmenistan that has implemented a program for planting Paulownia trees imported from Uzbekistan. The planting process will take place in the Mary region, Shatlyk city, on an area of 10 hectares (1250 seedlings).
"Paulownia" or as it is also reffered to as "Adam's tree” – originates from East Asia. The tree has numerous unique characteristics:
- Cost effective raw material.
- Up to 800 kg of honey can be produced from one hectare of Paulownia.
- Paulownia is a fast growing tree with light wood.
- Paulownia - used in the manufacture of pressed materials, furniture and musical instruments.
- A leaf of a Paulownia tree can absorb up to 22 kg of carbon dioxide per day, thus purifying the surrounding air.
- Have dustproof properties.
- Splendid blossoming of this tree in spring lasts up to 8 weeks.
- In the summer, the tree gives a dense shade.
- In just 8-9 years, one tree can give up to 1000 kg of wood.
- If you cut the trunk, over time another full-fledged tree can grow from the hemp.
- In order to germinate, the seeds need to be carefully taken care of for about 5-6 weeks.
- Pawlonia leaves are used to feed livestock (cows, sheep, goats).
- Nutritional properties wise, Paulownia is close to alfalfa.
- Its green foliage contains nutrients that are easily absorbed by animals.