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What kind of plants? Alien species in a delicate ecosystem can cause more harm than good. Jeep road closed let’s find out why shirt You can’t just “plant” seedlings randomly. That’s daft. Especially that part where they were distributing it from a plane.
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you can make them yourself . Get the required seed and use one part seed to 5 parts clay with a little water. mix all together and roll into ball and lay in the sun tk dry. When needed just throw them where you want them and leave them. When it rains the clay absorbs the water and the seeds start shooting. Jeep road closed let’s find out why shirt Great thing about this system is the seeds don’t get eaten or blown away by the wind. We used bentonite clay which you can buy in powder form. We used them in Marloth Park 2 years ago after the drought. Bordering Kruger Park. Really made a big difference.
To overcome shortage of water, rains are essential. In tropical areas, rainfall is less. Surprisingly there are cold zones where round the year rains drop in; irrespective of any season; of course here severity of summer is extremely poor. Even though clouds are not visible in a crystal clear blue sky, water is still present in the form of water vapour and droplets, too small to be noticed. Depending upon weather conditions water molecules will combine with tiny particles of dust, salt and smoke to form cloud droplets. Condensation steps in here. Condensation is the process by which water vapour in air is changed into liquid water. Condensation is opposite to evaporation. Maximum evaporation in tropical zones brings climate changes on surface helping cloud water in air to arrive at earth. This is a long waiting period. It is known that water remains in water vapour and droplets throughout all seasons.