Ethnobotany

The human being first and the strongest connection came with the plants in the early era of human settlements. Great and precious knowledge about the plants had been piled of and the traditional societies used this knowledge for the wellbeing of the health and soul.

A mysterious problem in Zygophyllum qatarense issue in Zygophyllum

The mysterious problem in Zygophyllum qatarense

The Zygophyllum qatarense with the botanical name Tetraena qatarensis is one of the most important perennial shrubs of the desert. It is one of the few perennial sources of fresh food for camels in the desert. https://arkbiodiv.com/2021/11/28/zygophyllum-qatarense-agood-hope-for-camel-in-the-desert/ The flora is a very rich source of nutrients, especially minerals, salts, vitamins, and water. Usually, the other types …

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The Nature is True Friend

Sandy or Deserted, Richland vs Poorland

The land cover with the sands is sandy, commonly known as desert. But all the sandy soil are not deserted soil. To me, deserted mean the land abused by the factory farming or monocultural farming, full of the residues of the pesticides, weedicides and chemicals. The monoculture farming is hazardous to the flora and fauna …

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Camel, Desert and the Umbrella Tree

The camels, umbrella tree (Acacia tortillas) go hand in hand in the desert. Umbrella tree is one of the most strong and resilient fauna of the extremely dry lands and desert, therefore is acting like a hope for camels during the hot weathers in the sandy deserts. The camels are such a beautiful creatures, especially …

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