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Sina also accused the villagers of cutting 'hundreds' of the company's rubber trees.
In fact, we are scheduled to plant more rubber trees, palm oil trees and forest trees in the said areas once the rainy season sets in,' Sodaco maintained.
Rubber is a substance usually made from petroleum or from the Asian rubber tree plant.
We have presented the proportion covering the aerial parts of tree species respectively as excurrent crown and decurrent crown for Common Cypresses and old Rubber trees [9].
The federal agency approved three loans from 2008 to 2011 to help Buchanan Renewables build a business converting rubber trees into biomass chips to help power the country.
Rubber trees are ready for tapping around six to seven years from planting and yields start declining after 20 years.
I have some 270 rubber trees and every month I extract latex to produce 150 kg rubber.
Rubber trees have been planted in 18 provinces out of the country's 25 cities and provinces, it said.
Rubber trees aren't the only plants that make isoprene.