Nowadays, the environmental awareness it is appropriate to know the favorite family holiday tradition of selecting the real Christmas tree over the artificial Christmas tree is still environmentally sound choice. What should be the easier or huge natural? Of course, the Christmas tree delivery is surely the environmentally sound choice. The customers are showing their preferences for the natural and the real products that are to be socially conscious. Most of the young families are attached to a tradition of celebrating the Christmas festival with the real and natural in their home.
The Christmas tree farms are stabilizing the soil and protect the water supplies as well as offer refuge for the wildlife while making the scenic green belts. Frequently the Christmas trees are grown on the soil that would not support the other kind of crops grows near to the Christmas tree. The advantages to the atmosphere, the natural and real Christmas trees are absorb the carbon di oxide and some of the other type of the gases emitting the fresh oxygen.
This is helpful to protect earth from the global warming that is green house effect. One acre of the Christmas trees are produce the daily oxygen need for the eighteen people. With approximately one million acres providing the Christmas trees in different countries in all over the world that translate into the oxygen for eighteen million of the people for each and every day. For each real Christmas tree is harvested, 3 seedlings are planted its place.
Of course the real and natural Christmas trees are normally disposed of not in the landfills but by being the chipped up for the landscaping or to put into the ponds and lakes for the smaller fish to survive. Most of the Christmas tree farmers are plant two to three years’ old seedlings and without any kind of the fertilizers.