Solution:Semur tree's thorny bark is used to grate vegetables.
People in forested places use roots, leaves, fruits, and tubers from the forest for various purposes. The Semur, the silk-cotton tree's bark, is one of them. Vegetables are grated using the thorny bark of the Semur tree. Fruits and tubers are also nutrient-dense foods, herbs are used as medicines, timber is used for yokes and ploughs, bamboo is an excellent material for fences, and it can also be used to produce baskets and umbrellas.