A panoramic view of the Museum of Trees in Chandigarh. In the background are the truegenotype of three most sacred trees o...
MIST CHAMBER: Established in 2010 in the Museum of Trees, the Mist Chamber is one of themost advanced facilities for veget...
APRIL 21, 2011: For reproduction by vegetative propagation, cuttings of sacred Beri (Ziziphusjujuba) tree of Gurudwara Duk...
Each “root trainer” can take 40 cuttings. Each cutting is (approx.) 15-20 cm in length and(approx.) 1-2 cm diameter..
Author DS Jaspal in the Mist Chamber with the cuttings of the sacred Dukh Bhanjani Beri(ziziphus jujuba) tree. Within the ...
Within the Mist Chamber the cuttings of the sacred Dukh Bhanjani Beri (ziziphus jujuba) treewere preserved at a temperatur...
NET HOUSE: After rooting the cuttings were shifted to the Net House (Hardening Chamber) for20-30 days for acclimatization ...
JANUARY, 2012: To protect the sacred plants from their first winter of 2012, one of the severest,they were covered with fl...
GURUDWARA BABE-DI-BER, SIALKOT, PAKISTAN: When D.S. Jaspal reached Gurudwara Babe DiBer, Sialkot, it was dark and the stem...
VEGETATIVE PROPAGATED PLANT OF SACRED BERI (ZIZIPHUS JUJABA) TREE OF GURUDWARABABE-DI-BER, SIALKOT: Author DS Jaspal with ...
DECEMBER 28, 2011: Planting of clonal plant of sacred Ber (Zizyphus jujuba) tree of GurudwaraBabe Di Ber Sahib, Sialkot, P...
JANUARY, 2012: To protect the sacred plants from their first winter of 2012, one of the severest,they were covered with fl...
JUNE 29, 2011: For reproduction by vegetative propagation, cuttings of sacred Beri (Ziziphusjujuba) tree of Gurudwara Beri...
Within the Mist Chamber the cuttings of the sacred Beri (Ziziphus jujuba) tree of Gurudwara BeriSahib, Sultanpur Lodhi wer...
SEPTEMBER 2, 2011: Planting of clonal plant of sacred Ber (Zizyphus jujuba) tree of GurudwaraBeri Sahib, Sultanpur Lodhi a...
JANUARY, 2012: To protect the sacred plants from their first winter of 2012, one of the severest,they were covered with fl...
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Museum Of Trees

  1. 1. A panoramic view of the Museum of Trees in Chandigarh. In the background are the truegenotype of three most sacred trees of Sikhism reproduced after being “charged” in “roottrainers” in the Mist Chamber for “rooting”.
  2. 2. MIST CHAMBER: Established in 2010 in the Museum of Trees, the Mist Chamber is one of themost advanced facilities for vegetative reproduction of sacred and historic trees.
  3. 3. APRIL 21, 2011: For reproduction by vegetative propagation, cuttings of sacred Beri (Ziziphusjujuba) tree of Gurudwara Dukh Bhanjani Ber Sahib, Golden Temple, being placed in “roottrainers” filled with vermiculite.
  4. 4. Each “root trainer” can take 40 cuttings. Each cutting is (approx.) 15-20 cm in length and(approx.) 1-2 cm diameter..
  5. 5. Author DS Jaspal in the Mist Chamber with the cuttings of the sacred Dukh Bhanjani Beri(ziziphus jujuba) tree. Within the Mist Chamber, the temperature and humidity are controlledthrough sophisticated, time-control panels.
  6. 6. Within the Mist Chamber the cuttings of the sacred Dukh Bhanjani Beri (ziziphus jujuba) treewere preserved at a temperature of 30-35 C and humidity level of 80-90%. Sprinklers spray mistfor 10 seconds after every 30 minutes.
  7. 7. NET HOUSE: After rooting the cuttings were shifted to the Net House (Hardening Chamber) for20-30 days for acclimatization to the natural environment.
  8. 8. JANUARY, 2012: To protect the sacred plants from their first winter of 2012, one of the severest,they were covered with flex material.
  9. 9. GURUDWARA BABE-DI-BER, SIALKOT, PAKISTAN: When D.S. Jaspal reached Gurudwara Babe DiBer, Sialkot, it was dark and the stems of the sacred ber (Zizyphus jujuba) tree were cut bylighting the area with the help of motor vehicle lights.
  10. 10. VEGETATIVE PROPAGATED PLANT OF SACRED BERI (ZIZIPHUS JUJABA) TREE OF GURUDWARABABE-DI-BER, SIALKOT: Author DS Jaspal with former Supreme Court Judge, Justice Kuldip Singh.
  11. 11. DECEMBER 28, 2011: Planting of clonal plant of sacred Ber (Zizyphus jujuba) tree of GurudwaraBabe Di Ber Sahib, Sialkot, Pakistan at the Museum of Trees, Chandigarh.
  12. 12. JANUARY, 2012: To protect the sacred plants from their first winter of 2012, one of the severest,they were covered with flex material.
  13. 13. JUNE 29, 2011: For reproduction by vegetative propagation, cuttings of sacred Beri (Ziziphusjujuba) tree of Gurudwara Beri Sahib, Sultanpur Lodhi, being placed in “root trainers” filled withvermiculite.
  14. 14. Within the Mist Chamber the cuttings of the sacred Beri (Ziziphus jujuba) tree of Gurudwara BeriSahib, Sultanpur Lodhi were preserved at a temperature of 30-35 C and humidity level of 80-90%. Sprinklers spray mist for 10 seconds after every 30 minutes.
  15. 15. SEPTEMBER 2, 2011: Planting of clonal plant of sacred Ber (Zizyphus jujuba) tree of GurudwaraBeri Sahib, Sultanpur Lodhi at the Museum of Trees, Chandigarh.
  16. 16. JANUARY, 2012: To protect the sacred plants from their first winter of 2012, one of the severest,they were covered with flex material.

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