Jaipur to get green zones in parks using the Japanese method Miyawaki

After the scorching heat, the Jaipur Heritage Corporation will create green zones in parks using the Japanese method of Miyawaki.


In view of the recent heat wave, a new initiative is soon going to be implemented as the Heat Action Plan under the Climate Change Project. Jaipur Heritage Corporation will create a green zone in the parks of the urban area on the lines of the Japanese method Miyawaki.

On Thursday, the High Court expressed concern over the heat wave prevailing in the entire country including the state and urged the Central and State Governments to save the Earth, the universe and the future generations. Along with this, the court directed the Central and Rajasthan Governments to immediately implement the Heat Action Plan prepared under the Climate Change Project. After this, the Heritage Corporation has taken a new step, now a green zone will be created in the parks of the urban area. In this green zone, large plants will be planted using the Japanese method Miyawaki.

This will create small forests in the parks. In this way, the common people will not have to face the scorching heat. On the instructions of Heritage Corporation Commissioner Abhishek Surana, the garden branch has also started this work. Initially, the Heritage Corporation will create dense green zones in 20 big parks.

Corporation has a target of planting six lakh saplings

Commissioner Surana said that the Heritage Corporation has set a target of planting six lakh saplings this time. Preparations for this have also started. Instructions have also been given to the garden branch. The biggest task of the corporation is to create green zones in the parks. Five to ten feet tall saplings will be planted in it. These will be shady and dense plants. Apart from parks, the Heritage Corporation will also plant Miyawaki in Hingonia Gaushala. This will provide shade to the cows even in extreme heat.

3 lakh plants will be given to people free of cost. Of these, 2 lakh Miyawaki saplings in Hingonia Gaushala, Mathuradaspura dumping yard, Green Valley and parks located on Agra Road and Delhi Road and 50 thousand plants in educational institutions

Japanese Miyawaki method

In this method, plants of native species are planted close to each other, which occupies less space and also helps in the growth of other plants. These plants are dense and prevent sunlight from reaching the ground, due to which weeds do not grow. After the next three years, these plants become maintenance-free.

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