The Jable ( cultic landscape )

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El Jable ( cultic landscape )
El Jable ( cultic landscape )
A technique employed on the island is growing in chime . This technique is made possible by
the trade winds to penetrate the island Famara beach sand crawl inland, covering the topsoil . Chime properties are similar to those of the lava stones , ie retains moisture , maintains the temperature of the earth , and prevents runoff. Instead the sand, to be light in color , does not absorb solar radiation, but reflects the phenomenon of albedo. The crops grown in the chime are mainly sweet potatoes, melons, may also appear other , although occasionally. The area occupied southern Teguise chime from Penedo Bay to the vicinity of Arrecife , much of San Bartolome , which is the largest producer of sweet potatoes on the island , and finally Tias, which makes up the vast beaches of this town . Cultivation techniques match the sandblasting, but here to prevent wind shred the culture and carry the sand a small windbreak rye straw called " bards " used . As in the case of sanding machinery is very rudimentary and traditional, farming systems being low capitalization or small commodity .

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