Every spring, Beijing suffers from sandstorms, which come from the Ulan Buh Desert, an area of about 14,000 square kilometers, stretching out on the west bank of the Yellow River in the Alsaa League of the Autonomous Region of Inner Mongolia.
The professor at Chongqing’s Jiaotin Jiaotong University, along with his team, invented a fiber-based method that the desert sand turn into soil suitable for crops. In Ulan Buh Desert in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, north China, has been transformed into fertile land.
The crops in the sand of Ulan Buh desert — In May 2016, they managed to rejuvenate successfully – two kilometers from the Yellow River – an area of 16,667 square meters, at the ends of the Ulanboth desert.
In 2017, another experimental area of two square kilometers was created, and the crops in the sand of this Chinese Ulan Buh desert which was covered with hundreds of plants such as trees, grass and cereals, planted in February.
Source – Greek.cri.cn