The Low-Cost Technology Of Struggle Against Desertification In ?Man
The proposed technology for the struggle against desertification in Oman includes estimation of the territory from the point of view of its suitability for landing of plants, especially lichens. Landing should be made in the points in desert that are the best for plants and are the most favorable from the point of view of probability of distribution of vegetation to the nearby sites. The purpose of landing is the formation of the midland moisture circulation in scale of any natural relief mezo-structure of Oman. With the purpose of maintenance of a primary impulse for the best growth of plants in desert it is offered to use organic fertilizers.
Volume (Year): 8 (2006)
Issue (Month): 19 (February)
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