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Dhanuka Launches Drive to Plant 1 Lakh Trees Across India on World Environment Day

On World Environment Day, Dhanuka Agritech unveiled a nationwide initiative, promoting environmental sustainability while benefiting farmers and restoring land.

KJ Staff
Esteemed dignitaries at the plantation initiative on the occasion of World Environment Day
Esteemed dignitaries at the plantation initiative on the occasion of World Environment Day

On World Environment Day, India’s leading agri-input company, Dhanuka Agritech, launched a massive drive to plant 1-lakh trees across the country. The company will plant fruit-bearing plants in various parts of the country in association with its channel partners, dealers, and other stakeholders.

Dhanuka’s Group Chairman, R. G. Agarwal, formally launched the drive by planting a fruit-bearing tree at the company’s corporate office in Gurugram. Other officials of the company also planted trees on the occasion. Next, Agarwal informed that 5,000 trees will be planted in his home town Ratangarh in Rajasthan and the drive will be expanded to other parts of the country.

“Environment and sustainability are two core areas which need utmost priority. At Dhanuka, we are continuously striving towards conserving the environment, particularly land restoration. In the same quest, we are undertaking a massive plantation drive and we would plant about 1 lakh fruit-bearing saplings across the country over the next few months,” Agarwal said.

On one hand, the plantation of fruit-bearing plants would be beneficial for farmers and on the other hand, it would also help in the restoration of land, he added.

Further, he stressed the need to conserve water and encourage the use of technologies like drones, water sensors, and drip irrigation.

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