biodiversity

Rumex vesicarius in Qatar. The picture was taken from the website, Flora of Qatar for public audience.

Why native flora diversity is better than monoculture forest for replantation

We have now peer reviewed scientific support for my opinion of planting native flora. I have been documenting, analyzing, and reporting the worth of native flora in the context of biodiversity, food (for us and livestock), environmental support, and another aspect of goodness. Here is the link to my general article about the goodness of trees and other flora.

Haloxyllon and Leptadenia as a live wall

Native VS the Exotic Flora – Conserve Nature and Enrich Your Ecosystem

very important role can be fodder production for the camels and other livestock. The stalk trimmed for beautification can be a very good camel feed. The municipility like Abu Dhabi can produce thousands of tons of fodder for camels annualy and can save a huge volume of import expences

How does Tetraena qatarensis synonym Zygophyllum qatarense Support Wildlife and Livestock in the Desert?

Zygophylum qatarense is really a unique flora with almost 0 % water loss. It absorb moisture from the atmosphere and the scatter roots in the sands absorb moisture from the due in the cooler hours of the night. I call this plant as water trap in the desert. The plant redirect or reabsorb the moisture of the transpiration with the help of the tiny hairs. This plants is really very strange and unique. It is called as Harram in Arabic.

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