Do fruit trees absorb a lot of carbon?



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    During photosynthesis, all trees take in carbon dioxide from the air to convert it to oxygen. The level of carbon they take in is the same for each plant or tree in relation to size ratio. Bigger the tree, the more it takes in.

    In Africa, trees are important for their survival and while fruit trees are a good option for this, the natives feel that planting these trees will curse you and you will die before the fruit blooms! I wouldn’t say they absorb more than another, only that their size determines this.

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