drought-resistant

drought-resistant

pasture types or animal breeds which survive better than others during periods of low rainfall.
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The landscaping consists of drought-resistant trees, shrubs, accents and decomposed granite for ground covering plus an irrigation system.
If you are creating new beds and borders, consider drought-resistant plants such as lavender, Sedum spectabile, lamb's ears and ornamental grass such as Stipa tenuissima, while middle-sized drought-resistant plants include Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus', Erysimum 'Bowles's Mauve' (wallflower), Russian sage and Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant' (catmint).
That treated water could become an inexpensive, drought-resistant source of water for agricultural and nonpotable municipal use.
The entry garden features native and drought-resistant plants.
They caution that even in times of water shortages, residents shouldn't have free rein to drive down property values, and they can use drought-resistant landscaping or turf removal programs to meet local standards.
The sides also exchanged opinion food provision, development of agriculture, introduction of new drought-resistant food cultures and modern methods of land processing.
To address this, the study has identified and prioritised specific, market-based tools and steps to improve water efficiency, such as drip irrigation and drought-resistant seeds for agriculture, with a potential return on investment of up to 64%.
GM drought-resistant crops have been slow to emerge, however.
S on ways to expand nature reserves to help livestock breeders and rangeland development through the cultivation of drought-resistant crops, stressing the importance of cooperation with friendly countries in working together in this area.
official on ways to expand nature reserves to help livestock breeders and rangeland development through the cultivation of drought-resistant crops, stressing the importance of cooperation with friendly countries in working together in this area.
Primera Energy plans to grow native, drought-resistant trees such as live oaks and cedar elms that will survive even in harsh Texas summers.
Many drought-resistant plants naturally form communities of plants which all thrive in the same conditions and come from similar Mediterranean habitats.