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Tree translocation refers to moving a live tree from any location and planting it to some other location. The main aim is to save the trees from being cut in the wake of urbanization. It may be done for various reasons such as for widening of roads, construction of new buildings, revamping of an existing structure, building flyovers or anywhere where trees are an obstruction.

We translocate various kind of species like Jamun, Bignonia, Bismarkia, Ficus-Raavi, Gulmohar, Areca Palm, Ficus & Neem, Banyan and Coconut Trees.

The cost for translocation of trees mainly depends on three factors- the size of the tree, the number of the trees that the client wants to translocate and the distance from where the tree is being uprooted to the place where it has to be replanted.

The various factors that need to be considered before tree translocation are:

  • General health form and structure of the tree
  • Size of the root ball/quality size of the root system
  • Size of the tree
  • Species and conservation status of the tree
  • Availability and suitability of the receptor site
  • Time for preparation
  • Maintenance party
  • Site constraints

We provide the following services:

  • Tree Translocation Services
  • Tree Plantation
  • Landscaping
  • Environment Conservation
  • Tree Bank

We provide our valuable Tree Translocation services in UP and Uttarakhand, both manually as well as by machines.

The size of a root ball depends on the size of the tree that needs to be transplanted. For example, larger trees need bigger root balls to encompass more roots to ensure adequate re-growth, anchorage, and stability. Apart from that, species that are normally difficult to transplant, may benefit from larger root balls more than those of species that are easily moved. Generally, international practices recommend a range of 8:1 to 10:1 for the root ball diameter in proportion to the trunk diameter.

We take care of the tree post-translocation for around 6 months with proper treatment. This ensures that the tree sustains and survives and gets used to the new environment.

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