Trip to Dubai NEW edition Turn Deserts into Fertile Land -- Produce Food  Save our Earth -- Save Humanity Solution to Shifting Sands!
In      Abu      Dhabi,      Dr. Dixon,   Saeed,   and   Ann Carr.
18 Nov 2010
After    success    in    the    UAE, the   imprinting   process      will hopefully     be     extended     to include   other   nations   of   the Arabian    Peninsula,    as    well as Africa, India, and China. Unfortunately,      transfer      of new   technology   is   usually   a very   slow   process.   Although imprinting    was    invented    in 1976,   it   has   taken   34   years for     the     transfer     of     this technology    to    begin    on    a large scale.
Royal Sheikh Oasis
Ann and Bob at camel farm
Sharja and agricultural experts in field of irrigated buffelgrass.
LAND IMPRINTING IN THE UAE Robert M. Dixon
The   Imprinting   Foundation   is   currently   transferring   its   imprinting   technology   to   the   UAE   in   a massive   project   covering   several   thousand   acres   of   degraded   desert   land.   An   imprinting   air seeder   developed   in   Vienna,   Austria   will   be   at   the   heart   of   the   project   to   begin   just   a   few days after this essay is dated. A mix of the following species are to be air seeded. Annual Ryegrass Buffelgrass Desert saltbush Annual   rye   grass   is   a   cover   crop   which   was   included   to   stabilize   the   land   imprints,   whereas buffelgrass and desert salt bush
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Trip to Dubai NEW edition Turn Deserts into Fertile Land -- Produce Food  Save our Earth -- Save Humanity
In      Abu      Dhabi,      Dr. Dixon,   Saeed,   and   Ann Carr.
18 Nov 2010
After    success    in    the    UAE, the   imprinting   process      will hopefully     be     extended     to include   other   nations   of   the Arabian    Peninsula,    as    well as Africa, India, and China. Unfortunately,      transfer      of new   technology   is   usually   a very   slow   process.   Although imprinting    was    invented    in 1976,   it   has   taken   34   years for     the     transfer     of     this technology    to    begin    on    a large scale.
Royal Sheikh Oasis
Ann and Bob at camel farm
Sharja and agricultural experts in field of irrigated buffelgrass.
LAND IMPRINTING IN THE UAE Robert M. Dixon
The     Imprinting     Foundation     is     currently transferring   its   imprinting   technology   to   the UAE   in   a   massive   project   covering   several thousand   acres   of   degraded   desert   land.   An imprinting   air   seeder   developed   in   Vienna, Austria   will   be   at   the   heart   of   the   project   to begin    just    a    few    days    after    this    essay    is dated.   A   mix   of   the   following   species   are   to be air seeded. Annual Ryegrass Buffelgrass Desert saltbush Annual   rye   grass   is   a   cover   crop   which   was included     to     stabilize     the     land     imprints, whereas buffelgrass and desert salt bush
What’s Next?
A Non-Profit Organization  The Imprinting Foundation 1616 E. Lind Road Tucson, Arizona 85719
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were   included   to   provide   forage   for   camel,   sheep   and   goats.   The   climate   is   like the   Mojave   Desert   with   only   3   inches   of   rain   during   the   winter   and   hot   days during   the   summer.   The   project   will   include   irrigated   seed   production   in   the   UAE to   provide   the   greater   seed   volume   and   native   species   needed   for   such   large projects. Click on button for more pictures.
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