This was the week, these past few days the Negev got more rainfall than it usually receives in a couple of years. Two people who partook in "flood hunting" i.e. the dangerous sport of driving down to the desert to catch a rare glimpse of it filling up with water, did not make it out alive. These floods occur rarely, but when they do, they bring with them destruction to infrastructure and potential casualties. Wouldn't it make sense to find a way to harness this much needed water?
The crops from MX reviews at the end of last term- This half baked water system (+ some after holiday slump..). The components are supposedly there, just (!) need to do the mixin' and the bakin'. And of course, the two other systems... In the meanwhile, trying to get educated about desert greenhouse practices, a mission proving to be challenging, considering I live in a country where the average temperature for this season is -10c.