We need more studies to be done and a lot of specialists should.
Apr 22, Tom Garabedian, the managing director of the Armenia Tree Project (ATP), says this nursery and sister operations are part of an year-old effort. Jun 08, “If you cut the tree from its roots, eventually it will die. Our roots are Armenia. Diaspora is just a part of the veins that is a little bit further away from that heart but is still receiving the blood.” Garabedian was born in Armenia but grew up in Canada. Jun 16, In the early s, Armenia was reeling from a devastating earthquake, an ongoing war, and an economic maelstrom.
Compounded with uncharacteristically harsh winters, the people cut trees to stay warm – and to stay alive. In the process, Armenia’s forests were stumplopping.bars: 8.
Armenians had previously depended upon natural gas for 90 percent of their energy needs, but their supply had been cut off by the embargo. Deforestation was particularly severe during the early s, because many Armenians had only their trees as a fuel source during the stumplopping.barr: Carolyn Mugar. The apricot tree is pruned of dead twigs and branches to encourage new growth, but if too much is cut back, very thin branches will be produced, which are inefficient and ineffective as they are not strong enough to produce fruit.