Pine forest poisoned in Central Highlands region
A pine forest in the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong has died after being poisoned.
A large section of the protective forest along the National Highway 14 and 28 in Dak Nong has been severely poisoned for years.
A tree has been drilled with many holes for pouring chemicals into.
Pine trees along National Highway 14 and 28 have died after being poisoned.
Tens of hectares of the pine trees were drilled into and had poison poured into them in order to justify seizing the land.
In October last year, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc asked local authorities in Dak Nong Province to report the results of the investigation before December 31 to have strict punishments for violators.
The province set up two investigation teams, however, until now, the final conclusion of the case has not yet been announced.
To date, pine trees along National Highway 14 and 28 have died after being poisoned. Many trees have been drilled with holes of being 6-10 cm deep for pouring chemicals into.
Lots of dry pine trees have been burnt.
Around thousands of pine trees aged 30-40 years have been destroyed. Dtinews
Tourists visiting Tra Su cajuput forest cannot but admire An Giang Tourimex for its creative and special artistic facilities in the cajuput forest that have been emerging since the company started improving the tourist area.
Vang A Chinh, head of the Sin Suoi Ho Village, enters the forest every day to check a forest area that he was allocated to look after in 2012 by the forest management board in Sin Suoi Ho Commune, Lai Chau Province.