"Someone is standing in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago."
A shade tree is a large tree whose main function is to shade the area around it. Because of its wide canopy and crown, it may provide shade in the summer for people seeking recreation in urban parks and backyards while also shielding them from the sun's damaging UV rays and sunburns. As a result of their easy cover, some shade trees may be produced expressly for the comfort of people everywhere.
Natural protection from extreme day-to-night temperature differences is provided by shade trees. Additionally, they lessen transpiration in coffee plants and safeguard the soil from erosion and evaporation. Shade trees that are carefully chosen and cared for may help reduce the effects of drought stress.
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