People usually assume that Eucalyptus reduces biodiversity in plantation areas because they absorb a lot of nutrients from the soil, not leaving enough for other species to strive. But this isn’t the case. Such reduction only happens in unmanaged forests, where Eucalyptus are allowed to grow wildly. If Eucalyptus forests are managed responsibly, biodiversity can and does exist, which is the case for The Navigator Company forests.
“IF EUCALYPTUS FORESTS ARE MANAGED RESPONSIBLY, BIODIVERSITY CAN AND DOES EXIST…”