What 2 deserts in Botswana and Namibia are difficult to farm in?
The Kalahari Desert covers much of Botswana and the Namib Desert is on the west coast of Namibia.
The Namib Desert
The !Kung Bushmen live in Namibia, Angola, and Botswana. They are found in the Kalahari Desert. The people are no longer nomadic, as before, and may farm and raise cattle.
Botswana is a developing nation in Africa. There is a scarcity in doctors, industry, and transportation. The climate may be unfit for certain farm products and there is a scarcity in educational development.
seeds water and sunlight.
The Hoba meteorite is located in the farm known as "Hoba West". This is in the Otjozondjupa Region of Namibia.
Some people farm in Curacao, but not many. Since it is a dry and arid island it is difficult to farm.
It would be difficult because they tend to eat each other
It was difficult to farm in the 1800's. Farmers did not have all of the technology that is found today. The hours were long, and difficult. Manual labor was a big part of farming in the 1800's.
The largest known meteorite is the Hoba meteorite. It landed on the farm "Hoba West", not far from Grootfontein, in the Otjozondjupa Region of Namibia.
Because of desertification
valleys, deserts, altitude, good for farm land, and whetather and what kind of land forms.....
Irrigation has made some farm and garden crops possible in some deserts.
because it decreased in demand for farm products
No. Theres to much loose, gravely sand plants wouldn't be able to prosper, unless it was a cactus farm
She becomes a traitor when she is seen by Clover, having human contact. Clover thinks she saw Mollie allowing a human to stroke her nose and feed her sugar. She faces this criticism, and she eventually deserts the farm.
Farmer is not a verb, since it is referring specifically to a person who farms (thus the -er ending). Farm can be a verb or noun. Examples: "I live on a farm." (noun. "It is difficult to farm very dry land." (verb)
America's land is very diverse in what it offers. America has deserts, mountains, forests, coastal lands, and farm lands as well as prairies.
Grassy, and farm-able in Italy itself. In the other regions of the empire-there could be deserts. There would be mountains in some parts.
Because Africa is dry, and there is not much water for what is expected.
The land is rocky in places of Massachusetts and it is very difficult to farm.
The grounds were swampy and wet. That is not a good place for a farm.
Life on a colonial farm was difficult. They did not have the technology and tools that farmers have today. It was a lot of work. Men, women, and even the children had to help out on the farms.
It almost never rains causing the desert there and it's hard to farm on sand. Also the farm animals eat up the crops.
Each species of farm animal have their own behaviours that show if or when they are in heat or not. It is very difficult to get into specifics about farm animals in general because of this, because the signs of estrus is different between horses, cattle, pigs, sheep, llamas, etc. It's recommended to ask a specific question about a specific animal rather than expect a general answer that is very difficult to give.
People cannot be farmers in the Arabian Penninsula because it is a desert. In deserts it is hard to farm because it doesn't have much water.
The topography and the weather.
Because it has mountainous slopes that are difficult to live on and farm
Deserts grow because of desertification. It happens when people farm an area with already poor nutrients and a low water supply. They use up what little ability the ground has to grow plants, and as a result, the ground becomes desert. This usually happens on the edge of deserts.
Irrigation has brought water into the desert. Without the water they could not farm the land. Remember not all deserts are vast sand wastelands. Some deserts are basically just very arid soil regions. That is what Israel's desert lands are like. A definition of a desert area will be, 'a region that may go a year without rainfall, and averages less than 250 millimeters of rain per year'.
Because the water was swampy and hard to farm on but then they used chinampas to make farming easier
Desertification, extreme dryness, and water shortage
Narrow plainland, poor soils, mountains and small rivers.
Mountainous regions are very difficult places to live, get around and farm.
the land was very difficult to farm because the land wasn't very level
Most of the land was and is dry, sandy desert, making it difficult to settle down and farm.
Because Denmark was rocky when it was first created but it looks different so that's why by mr. Thomas gray
R. A. Purcell has written: 'Economic analysis of land reform options in Namibia' -- subject(s): Economic aspects, Economic aspects of Land reform, Land reform, Land tenure 'Farm recording scheme, 1972/73 and 1973/74 seasons' -- subject(s): Dry farming, Farms, Records and correspondence, Farm management
Greece was mountainous so it was difficult to farm though i know they were able to plant grapes. They were able to farm on very little land. If you want a more specific answer you should search it on google, you'll probably find a page about greece there. Hope this helped :)
Wild animal: Springbok antelope are possibly top of this list. Depending on which area in Namibia, Kudu, Oryx (or Gemsbok), Ostriches are plentiful. Baboons and Warthogs are also "check listed" most often. Most common raptor (bird of prey): Pale Chanting Goshawk and Rock Kestrels. Domestic/Farm animals: Cattle, sheep and goats. Pests: Mosquitoes (plentiful times plentiful).
It affected Greece's life because it was difficult finding farmland ,Greece had very little farm land and it was difficult traveling over land.
Farming can be difficult in southern Italy because of the dry and hot climate. Another factor is that there are many hill around the land. Limestone forming the basement rock, along with poor soil makes farming difficult, too.
Farm products in Riverside County are quite diverse. So much so that a primary crop or product might be a bit difficult to isolate. See the related link below.
c. Most of the land was and is dry, sandy desert, making it difficult to settle down and farm.
This varies from farm to farm. All pigs get food, water and shelter, but as far as treatment goes, some pigs get mistreated on one farm whereas another treats them very well. The level of mistreatment varies, making it difficult to really pin-point any bare-bones facts of treatments of hogs on farms.
Japanese people lived on coastal plains because most of Japan has mountainous slopes that are difficult to live on and farm.
The fact that expenses are deducted, many items are exempt from sales tax and really the fact that it is very difficult to make any money at it.
This is difficult to determine, as farms and rural properties range from a few hectares to thousands of square kilometres for sheep and cattle stations.
It was very difficult. You couldn't farm because the soil became sand, there was dust storms all the time, and tons of erosion.
No, because "farm produce" is not a word, it's a phrase. This sentence, the previous one, the next one, and the question itself are examples of sentences using the phrase "farm produce", though I don't suspect your teacher would give you credit for any of them. Perhaps you should consider doing your own homework, since it's not like "farm produce" is a difficult concept to grasp or write a sentence about. It practically writes itself… Read More