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The process of controlling desertification is first fixing the sand and then planting drought-resistant shrubs.
Fixed sand requires a lot of labor. The plants would need watering when their roots are not strong enough, although they are drought-tolerant varieties.
As we know, there is not really no water in desert, but because of strong evaporation water cannot be locked in the sand. It is proved that a simple structure can be used to collect these water.
The shape of this design was inspired by the form of the structure from the floor, which can be installed quickly and efficiently fix the sand.