We farmed a desert. by Ethel Beatrice Herivel

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Number of Pages280
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We farmed a desert. London, Faber and Faber [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E B Lambert Herivel. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: The author's family's 15 years experience in the Huasco Valley.

Description: pages illustrations 23 cm. I live on a property in Arizona we call "the farm." We have 4 cows, 3 minihorses, some dogs and a parrot. My lawn and garden and citrus trees were all doing poorly over the years.

After reading Brookbank's book, I have a much better understanding of the soil and the amendments needed/5(68). We carry a variety of Book of Mormon books, from heritage editions to journals and study guides. Shop LDS books from Deseret Book. At first glance, the desert looks barren; it’s dry, with very few plants and even fewer animals.

However, at closer inspection, there are many ways to avoid starvation in a survival situation in the desert if you know what to look for. Finding wild edibles in the desert can be a tricky thing but with the proper knowledge, you won’t starve.

"This book covers the basics on raising chickens, ducks, geese, rabbits, goats, sheep, and cattle (both dairy and beef)." Best for Raising Chickens: Keep Chickens. at Amazon. "An excellent introduction to keeping chickens for eggs, especially appropriate for the urban or suburban farmer." Best for Driving Profit: You Can Farm at : Lauren Arcuri.

Desert farming is the practice of developing agriculture in agriculture depends upon irrigation and water supply, farming in arid regions where water is scarce is a challenge. However, desert farming has been practiced by humans for thousands of years.

In the Negev Desert, there is evidence to suggest agriculture as far back as BC.

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