Real Christmas Trees Always Top Artificial Ones
Portland--Tom McNabb of Yule Tree Farms in
“A real tree is grown on the plantation, it’s not from a forest but grown on a plantation just like corn or anything else, it’s just that it takes seven years to harvest it. They take in the carbon dioxide to produce oxygen. So they’re scrubbing a little bit of the environment. Basically the artificial tree is a toilet bowl brush that is a little bit prettier,” McNabb tells AFBF’s Johnna Miller in a Newsline interview.
Roughly 25-30 million real Christmas trees are sold every year in the