Plantation Survey

Third party Plantation survey is a process of evaluating and mapping the plantation within a specific area, typically for the plantation drive conducted by the organization at a particular period. The main objective of the plantation survey is to gather information about the year of plantation, its survival rate, GBH, collecting a variety of saplings, etc. The collected data is used to develop and manage forest or agricultural lands effectively and sustainably.

The plantation survey typically involves the following steps:

  • Sampling Design: Determine the sample size, location, and method of collecting data to get representative information about the area.
  • Field Data Collection: Collect data about the type, age, height, diameter, survival rate, saplings, etc.
  • Data Analysis: Analyze the collected data to identify patterns, trends, and relationships, and create maps and reports. Data analysis includes the following parameters-
  1. Number of surviving trees
  2. Survival Percentage
  3. Average Height
  4. Average collar diameter, etc.
  • Recommendations: Provide recommendations for managing and developing the area based on the data analysis, including the identification of high-value areas for preservation and areas for development.

Benefits of Plantation Survey

Benefits of Third party plantation survey are as follows:

  • Understand the Land and Fund utilization: The plantation survey provides a comprehensive picture of the existing plantation types, their age, density, height, which helps in the effective management of trees and the conservation of biodiversity.
  • Increase Productivity: The survey results can be used to determine the optimal use of resources and improve productivity of the land by identifying areas with high-value vegetation.
  • Inform Land-Use Decisions: The survey results can be used to make informed decisions about land use, such as identifying areas for conservation, reforestation, or agricultural development.
  • Enhance Biodiversity Conservation: The plantation survey can help in identifying areas of high biodiversity and prioritizing them for conservation.
  • Better Monitoring and Evaluation: The survey results can be used to monitor the progress of plantation and forest management activities over time and evaluate the effectiveness of conservation and development initiatives.
  • Improve Stakeholder Engagement: The plantation survey can be used to engage with stakeholders, including local communities, and involve them in forest and land management decisions.

Overall, the plantation survey provides valuable information for decision-makers and stakeholders to effectively manage and sustainably develop forest and agricultural lands.

Ingenyria provides plantation survey services to companies and individuals who wish to establish a plantation or re-establish one that has been abandoned. 

We provide a range of services, including:

  • Plantation survey
  • Survival rate survey of Plantation
  • Height of the trees
  • Girth at breast height (GBH) of trees
  • Plantation quality (damage, patch, good, very good, excellent etc.)
  • Density of tree-cover of entire plantation