The Megafolia™ Tree is truly a “super specimen”. This tree has remarkable characteristics that help scrub the air of harmful pollutants, add nutrients back into the soil for faster growth of crops, and it has a very high biomass index which converts easily to clean, waste-free, economically viable renewable energy. It has the Guiness Book of World Records for the fastest growing hardwood tree, is fire retardant, has loads of medicinal benefits, and it’s absolutely beautiful. Global Phoenix is honored to be the sole nonprofit empowered to represent this tree, and we are raising funds to plant thousands of acres of this world changing gem. Read on for more details!
The Megafolia™ Tree is a specific cross-polination of five other trees, creating a very fast growing hardwood tree that will grow in even the most inhospitable environment. Furthermore, it has been successfully used for phytoremediation (bioremediation), removing pollutants from the ground at a Superfund site and as a byproduct of the photosynthesis process, converting the polutants to harmless oxygen and other inert products.
The Megafolia Tree can be harvested in as little as two years, for biomass fuel, making it ideal for reforestation. It grows to it’s mature height of 55 to 65 feet in only six to seven years, with the first limbs beginning at 35 feet, thus producing excellent knot free lumber. With irrigation, it grows equally well in arid or humid environments and at sea level or elevations to over 3000 feet. It also replenishes itself, since a new tree will grow from the stump after the adult tree is harvested. An additional advantage, is that due to its high level of photosynthesis, the Megafolia Tree will reduce global warming to a much greater degree than other species.
All of this means that the Megafolia Tree will not only produce high income from product sales, but will generate eco-friendly sustainable development in areas where it is planted. This baby is a game changer and we are so excited to see it flourish all the more worldwide!
Want to learn more? Access the Megafolia presentation here.