water, soil, and irrigation systems
Camelthorn, the Humpy plant!

Camelthorn (A.K.A Alhagi maurorum Medik), also identified as the manna tree, is one of the most adaptable herbs to salty soil and waters of high hardness, and is able to grow in dry and semi-arid conditions, and its development through propagate and seeding is recommended. The water requirement of this plant is variable, which is estimated at an average of 3,000 liters per hectare. Depending on the depth of the roots, rainfall of less than 150 mm, and sometimes below 100 mm, can also cover the water requirement of this plant. Camelthorn also has a significant resistance to salinity and cold tension.

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