The Office of Agriculture and Irrigation in Capital’s Secretariat, launched a campaign to plant fruitful palm trees in the central islands on the secretariat’s public streets.
The Director of the Bureau of Agriculture and Irrigation Ibrahim Sharaf told Yemen News Agency (SABA) that 1,000 palm trees will be planted on the streets and targeted triangles as part of the implementation of the directives of the secretariat’s leadership to expand the cultivation of fruitful and varied tree breeding flats and preserve the environment.
He noted that the campaign began on 60th Street from in front of the presidential house until the Amran tour and airport street in Bani al-Harith district and the entrances to Capital’s Secretariat from Jadder and Dar Silm according to the plan of the afforestation campaign in conjunction with the rainy season.
Sharaf called on the citizens’ to take care of and preserve trees and green flats and to prevent spoilers from damaging them, stressing the importance of activating community initiatives in planting fruitful trees in neighbourhoods and encouraging home farming.
Source: Yemen News Agency