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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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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.

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