Indian forest planters are using wood as a way to make the country’s trees more durable and sustainable.
According to the planters, the wood is more expensive and less durable than the cotton used to make textile goods, and it can also be a source of fertilizer.
The trees are harvested and shipped in large batches from the country.
The trees are made into paper pulp and are then wrapped in plastic to protect them from insects.
The pulp is then used to create paper mats and blankets, which are also used to protect the trees from wind erosion.
The paper mats are made of polystyrene, which is one of the oldest polymers, dating back to the Bronze Age, according to the Woodland Conservancy.