WATCH: Thousands of hectares of invasive pine trees are being painstakingly removed to ease Cape Town’s climate-induced water shortages reut.rs/3j9S9iD

6:45 PM · Oct 24, 2021

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Hmm oxygen makers getting killed not smart .
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Pine trees are "conifers". It's the "Deciduous" trees that make the most oxygen due to the broadness of their leaves
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Landslides in the making
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Ever thought about introducing deer?
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no matter how docile deer are they would be an invasive species that could cause a real disaster
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Trees are good for fighting global warming… how did the trees get there?
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Today are the trees that are "killed" Tomorrow will be the turn of the animals! The day after tomorrow will be the water war!
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Pine trees do consume VAST amounts of water,they cause an acidity in the soil which kills other plant species as well,the GREAT benefit of Pine is that it grows fast & provides a source of building material & firewood without killing hardwoods. can we accomplish ALL these goals?
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@thism0mrox I know just how much you love pine trees 🌲
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