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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5] If you think planting crops and vegetations in dry lands is impossible, well, think again. SUBSCRIBE To Richard Aguilar Channel: LEARN HOW TO GROW CROPS IN THE DESERT: Sowing Seeds in the Desert: Sustainable Dryland Farming: Growing Vegetables in Drought, Desert & Dry Times: According to wikipedia, Drought tolerance is the ability to which a plant maintains its biomass production during arid or drought conditions. Some plants are naturally adapted to dry conditions, surviving with protection mechanisms such as desiccation tolerance, detoxification, or repair of xylem embolism. So, in this video, get ready to see 6 examples which reveals that planting in the desert or dry lands is really possible using drought tolerant plants. Watch the video to learn more… MY Social Media Accounts: Tweets by RichardATrends #DesertPlanting #PlantingInDrylands DISCLAIMER: This video description contains affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases through those links but it does not cost you anything extra. This small commission helps support my channel and allows us to continue making videos like this. Thank you for the support! Video Rating: / 5


  • Hassan Omardin 3 months ago

    It would have been better if China trays to clean it's heart and mind of heat and ethnic clench inside China.

  • Santhosh M 3 months ago

    Jing Bing is going to India

  • AF FORCE 3 months ago


  • Strahinja 3 months ago

    Damn i Just like to see two of you with your smiles… IT is great for my mental health somehow…

  • Tsai Ing-Wen is Piece of old Asshole 3 months ago

    China is the nation for planet earth, everyone else is just a polluter.

  • Bj Eddy 3 months ago

    guys,, I want you to think about this,, maybe its just me,, but that background music is not very relaxing,, it makes me turn down the volume,,, just my opinion,, I love your videos always !!

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    They are planting trees around the world.
    It is a great search engine that does not track your searches and they plant trees with the profits.
    It is a small contribution to the environment with every search.

  • Kenz300 x 3 months ago

    Love the stories of turning deserts into forests.

  • Chul Hogan 3 months ago

    where you guys from? Filipinos?

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