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I wouldn’t say they save water at all. They suck it up out of the ground and in western KS (where this pic is likely from) there is quite the controversy with regards to irrigation because the aquifers in some areas are literally being
I was there today. We had a quick tour with school because this weekend is Salt Holiday and our school is semi involved in this. Today of course it’s all different as it was at start and till cca 20th century. As I said,
What are they harvesting? Dirt? Looks like they’re preparing to or have already planted not harvesting.
Ladders? Generally the beehouse will contain the hive and honey, so really that’s where you’d want to harvest it, but I guess if you’re just trying to provide a house for safety and promoting the bee population, I guess you could have beehouses for
I think the crop here is wheat, but I’m not sure. This was 2/3rds the way through what ultimately became a 113km bike trip, so I wasn’t in the mood to stop and check.
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Yay! This is my new wallpaper. I needed something to get me out of the late-winter doldrums, and this is perfect. Thank you! Edit: For the record, [here’s the view](http://i.imgur.com/6GTT2MC.jpg) from my balcony right now…
Basically it works best on the larger trespassers. Once the farmer notices the trespassing individual he/she hops onto a tractor mounted with the mentioned tool. The farmer then reverses at speed towards the trespassers while shouting profanities loudly. Works like a charm.
Lol, this is kind of embarrassing. I called them that because that’s what someone told me they were called. I thought it was wheat but they said, no, it’s Scandinavian Fox Tails… Upon further inspection I can’t find anything called Scandinavian Fox Tails… it’s
You basically let the ocean flood a flat area with scores of little artificial ponds you’ve created. Then the sun evaporates away the water and you’re left with the salt. You can only really do this efficiently in places where it’s very sunny. In
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The vevetable oil is used for cooking (canola) & margarine and it’s an important energy plant (bio fuel).
Kansas is a much more beautiful state than it gets credit for. Great pic, thanks for posting.
This guy. This guy right here… He is living something that most of us will only experience briefly, and even then probably cheapened. Packaged and commercialized into a marketable “Experience!” that will fill us with transient happiness. Our all-too-brief taste of something really “real,”
Miss this view. Barely recognizable as a wheat field given that all producers here use semi-dwarf varieties which are slightly more sparse and very squat.
Was just there a few weeks ago, but there were just many toddlers running through the fields instead of dramatic fog.
Damn, I forgot I could just upload pics of home to this subreddit! Where is this?
Can’t be right in Chiang Mai as it’s a size able city. I lived there for a while and much of the outskirts looks similar to this, but not sure which direction. The north and northwest sides of the city are where some mountains
I wish I could tell you. Based off of the swiss geography I remember, probably in the lowlands belt that runs east-west in the country (between Lausanne and Zurich in the linked map). Based off the photo, probably at the base of the mountains
It is beyond gorgeous here! I need to post some of my photos from chuckanut!
Dude, we get see the ends right in front of us, you dirty stinkin liar! (Seriously though, those fields look freaking awesome).
Those damn tulip fiends, hogging all the pretty colors. But yeah, this never gets old. I love the view while passing through them, watching the rows line up and pass by…
I grew up in southern Wisconsin (well, along 94). Do you know if that’s simply a hay field or something more interesting (as in: for human consumption)? My interest is in whether the region is more diversified than it was in the 60’s. Pretty