FORESTRY

   ABOUT WOKHA

Brief History of the District
Peaks & Valley
Lakes & Waterfalls
Climate
Agriculture
Animal husbandry
Forestry
Industry
Blacksmithy
Minerals
Tourist Spots


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The district abounds in forests. Inside the district, jungle clad mountain in their verdant colour stand, but being located far from human habitation, the jungles with thick vegetation form the home of wild animals. There are varieties of orchids blossoming in different seasons of the year. From the forest, people get all sorts of building materials such as timber, thatch, cane, bamboo etc. Sappers, creepers, barks, wild vied, tubers, bamboo and cane have multifarious use connected with the manufacture of rain proof coats, rain hats, baskets and robes etc. Wokha district consists of both deciduous and evergreen forest. In the lower altitude the trees are more evergreen than deciduous.

Various species of trees and plants found in the district are – Champa (Michelia Champaca), Bonsum (Ploebe goal parensis), Amari (Amora wallichii), Sam (Arthocarpers Chaplasha), Simul (Bombox ceiba) Gamari (Gmelina arborca), Am (Mangifera indica), Hollock (Terminalia Myriocarpa), Gogra(Schima Wallichü), Walnut (Guglans regia) Jamuk (Syzygium cumint), urium (Biscotia Javanica), Bogi poma (chikrassia) etc.

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