Paulownia tree is the tree of the future

Paulownia (Lat.Paulownia elongata) is a beautiful tree that agronomists have recommended in recent years to plant in your yard (if you have your own yard or estate). They recommend planting one or more seedlings. This tree will attract attention with its beautiful purple flowers. Also, you will benefit more paulovically in the future. The reason for the recommendation is that there are different discussions about what we will plant, how and where to plant in the future. There are about twenty plant species that are not yet planted in some European countries. They are very interesting to small and large manufacturers, distributors, artisans, and anyone whose heating costs are too high. Paulownia is a great wood for firewood because it has a calorific value of 4500 kilocalories. This is the same as the calorific value of good coal. This tree yields only 0.57 kilograms per tonne of ash.
Many agronomists and tree lovers call the paulovian the “Tree of the Future.” However, climatic conditions should be kept in mind when planting. With a little knowledge, planting this type of tree can be very fruitful for all users.
The genus Paulownia includes 20 different species. The most cost-effective species is precisely Paulownia elongata. It is regarded as the fastest growing tree in the world and can rightly be called the tree of the future. In the Chinese tradition, where the tree comes from, every newborn female child is given a paulia seedling as a gift. These trees will be used to make all the furniture they will carry as a dowry when they grow up. Specifically, it takes only seven years to sow this tree to reach a height of 20 meters. The trunk circumference is between 40 and 50 centimeters. If all the physiological needs are met, we can get one cubic meter of wood from one tree in seven years.

Paulownia elongata tree is a light and extremely solid tree. It is bright in color and easy to paint. The main importers of Paulownia in Europe are Germany and the countries of Scandinavia. Due to its light weight and affordable price, it is ideal for furniture making, especially for young people. Wood also has a very good acoustic property and is also used to build instruments such as violins. It retains some moisture (dries quickly), does not deform and breaks hard.
 As for the decorative features already mentioned, let us also mention that leaves with a diameter of 40 centimeters give a thick shade. This is why this tree is a true oxygen factory (a true carbon dioxide purifier). Because a 10-year-old tree absorbs half a tonne of pure carbon dioxide, it is ideal for planting in urban and industrial areas. In the world, this tree is already used. According to European Union standards, industrial (production areas) must be tree-lined. Paulownia tree is ideal for this. The other properties of paulovo are honey. In one season, this tree (planted on one acre of land) yields between 900 and thousand pounds of nectar. By-products (pelleted fodder from leaves) are purchased. The by-products are used to feed domestic animals and are suitable for the production of cellulose, biomass and ethanol.
Biomass for feeding domestic animals
Usually in the late spring (April) the planting of paulovia in Europe begins. For example, -500 paul seedlings per hectare in the third year will yield 80 tonnes of timber. The willow tree yields three times less and the poplar tree four times less. For those who have a small rural household or small piece of land, an optimal management system is recommended. This means planting 15 seedlings that will be sufficient for two bee communities. They will significantly reduce pollution. In addition to the decorations, so many seedlings will provide enough biomass to feed the domestic animals.

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