160 years old teak plant museum in Myanmar
Assistant Forestry Department director Myint Thein Oo said that a forest museum would be set up on Dr. Brandis Island in the city of Burma’s oldest island.
“The island’s plantation has a history of being Dr. Burdis,” said Myint Thein Oo. Currently, a log house will be built by former forestry staff.
The log house will be operated with the permission of the department to show forestry studies in the log house. The plantation, founded by German botanist Dr Brenden, is 78 acres (31.57 hectares) wide and is located in the Rangoon-Pyay Road (6/6/177), about six miles south of Pyay. The plants grow in the bud.
The plants in the area were planted by Dr. Brendis in 1857, one of which is 161 years old and has a history of shrubs. 15 feet wide; 8 inches It is 117 feet high and is the oldest and oldest plant in Myanmar. It is the largest.