Artículos - Amazing results of normally - because of heat - impossible April planting in hot desert of Dubai with Dubai Municipality

This is the result of a planting with the Dubai Municipality June 2012
 
This is the result of a planting with the Dubai Municipality June 2012
These trees are planted in April 2012 normally impossible to plant as it is too hot
 
These trees are planted in April 2012 normally impossible to plant as it is too hot
With the Groasis Technology we can however plant year round so we planted Ghaf tree (Prosopis cineraria)
 
With the Groasis Technology we can however plant year round so we planted Ghaf tree (Prosopis cineraria)
This series was shot at 10AM with +48°C and a very high sun radiation
 
This series was shot at 10AM with +48°C and a very high sun radiation
Mr. Anwar Sarhan Groasis distributor for Dubai
 
Mr. Anwar Sarhan Groasis distributor for Dubai
Some boxes are covered with sand but the water in it cools the soil down below and the tree grows wel
 
Some boxes are covered with sand but the water in it cools the soil down below and the tree grows wel
Some boxes are already dry but thee cooling effeect and the anti-evaporation effect help the tree overcome the immense heat
 
Some boxes are already dry but thee cooling effeect and the anti-evaporation effect help the tree overcome the immense heat
We check the humitidy below the waterboxx without water
 
We check the humitidy below the waterboxx without water
Below the waterboxx the soil is humid
 
Below the waterboxx the soil is humid
Desert beetles search this humid and cool place to survive
 
Desert beetles search this humid and cool place to survive
We start to dig deeper to check the roots of three trees
 
We start to dig deeper to check the roots of three trees
The soil is cool and humid and the roots have well deveeloped in only two months
 
The soil is cool and humid and the roots have well deveeloped in only two months
Detail of humid soil in Dubai bbelow the Groasis waterboxx
 
Detail of humid soil in Dubai bbelow the Groasis waterboxx
At planting we have pruned the destroyed primary roots to a vertical downwards growing shape
 
At planting we have pruned the destroyed primary roots to a vertical downwards growing shape
The primary root has resprouted and grows vertically downwards
 
The primary root has resprouted and grows vertically downwards
This is a detail of the perfect vertically downwards growing tap root two months after planting
 
This is a detail of the perfect vertically downwards growing tap root two months after planting
We replant the tree and cover the side of thee waterboxx with sand again
 
We replant the tree and cover the side of thee waterboxx with sand again
We come back at 6PM to shoot another series with less sun radiation it is now +38°C
 
We come back at 6PM to shoot another series with less sun radiation it is now +38°C
The protectors have been put because this area is used for motor crossing
 
The protectors have been put because this area is used for motor crossing
Only a few are still intact and on their place
 
Only a few are still intact and on their place
Two wild camels are eating from a Ghaf tree
 
Two wild camels are eating from a Ghaf tree
Within a few years this area will be covered with native trees that can help restore biodiversity
 
Within a few years this area will be covered with native trees that can help restore biodiversity
The trees on the background right prove that deserts can be planted and restored
 
The trees on the background right prove that deserts can be planted and restored
Good growth of the Ghaf tree (Prosopis cineraria) with the Groasis waterboxx in Dubai
 
Good growth of the Ghaf tree (Prosopis cineraria) with the Groasis waterboxx in Dubai
As circumstances are very challenging we plant two trees if one dies you still have the other this way we reach easy above 90% survival rate
 
As circumstances are very challenging we plant two trees if one dies you still have the other this way we reach easy above 90% survival rate
Strong winds shape a surface in the desert that looks like the surface of water on the sea
 
Strong winds shape a surface in the desert that looks like the surface of water on the sea
We thank Mr. Talib Abdulkareem Mohammed from Dubai Municipality for the trust in the Groasis Technology to do a fantastic challenging trial by planting in the hot season
 
We thank Mr. Talib Abdulkareem Mohammed from Dubai Municipality for the trust in the Groasis Technology to do a fantastic challenging trial by planting in the hot season
 
 
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