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Won’t one supertanker support only 5 hectares of juvenile forest for a year?

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Won’t one supertanker support only 5 hectares of juvenile forest for a year?

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Calculated from an actual practical instance http://www.idosi.org/wasj/wasj7%2810%29/5.pdf one VLCC tanker load will supply 76 hectares with nutrients and water to support forestry in the first year.

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