The Ghost asked in Science & MathematicsBotany · 1 decade ago

what is a good tree to plant for carbon sequestration?

Also, what is the name of a the title of a person that can further help me with this? Like to build something a civil engineer or an architect, for cooking/recipe advice a chef/cook, what about to see what tree is good to plant for carbon sequestration. Thanks a whole bunch, ten points to the bets answer! Thanks

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    An environmental scientist, an arboriculturist, a horticulturist or a botanist could advise you.

    In my opinion, you should research the indigenous flora of your area and plant not only trees, but shrubs and understorey plants, for carbon sequestration.

    This would have the advantages of also providing habitat for indigenous birds, insects and animals, and the indigenous plants should grow well in your area, needing little or no fertilizer and little water.

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