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View Christophe » 01/11/22, 20:52

From what I understood the gaucho-wokists it is above all the symbol of intensive agriculture that they attack via the basins... not the principle of water storage in itself...

I'm not sure that there are more than 1/10 of them who regularly buy AMAP or buy from the local producer... and another 10% I'm nice...
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View gildas » 02/11/22, 08:52

Remundo wrote:This seems realistic to me at first approximation.


Yes it's approximate... Having been fished in marshes and rivers, we can realize that since global warming the waters are no longer as transparent as they were 20 years ago... Around the lake Grand-lieu at the end of summer is better not to bathe your dog because of invasive muskrats which cause leptospirosis to develop when the water is not renewed...
When the rats will invade the basins in the stagnant water, the vegetables will be watered with this rotten water?? Then you will have to wash the vegetables intensively to disinfect them??

Rmundo, your tanks for your Opals may be protected from light, which will not be the case for basins, favoring the development of bacteria in summer with peaks at 35/40C°???
Do not forget also the evaporation due to high heat!

How will the basins be cleaned from the droppings of passing birds??

After a few years, a machine will it be able to evolve in the dry basins to clean the tarpaulins without tearing them??
Remundo wrote:this is the principle of the "dam" on the flows. Without the inconvenience of damming a river.

at times it rains far too much, and without storage, the water runs off (all the more so because of the absence of hedges and forests in the large mechanized fields, and a fortiori urban areas with impermeable soils). Then flows are found in streams and rivers that fleetingly swell (and potentially flood!).

At these times it is necessary to store.

This stock makes it possible to further regulate the flow in dry periods, to supply agricultural irrigation by pumping less on the water table.


In recent years we have had less water in winter. We should adapt our agriculture as Spain does, for example, with the cultivation of pistachios instead of olives... (less water consumed)
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View Remundo » 02/11/22, 09:01

the cleaning of the basins is a technical aspect which should be solved on the condition of putting a sufficiently thick coating at the bottom and machines on tires with rubber cups for example.

Cultivate pistachios instead of olives... with that you will feed France, that's for sure.
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View gildas » 02/11/22, 09:12

For pistachios this is just one example...
I got wind of a guy who practices intensive agriculture but only eats vegetables from his vegetable patch... : Wink:
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View gegyx » 02/11/22, 10:50

No ban from macron or vander the hyena against this illegal import???

https://www.nouvelobs.com/monde/2022110 ... -iter.html

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View Christophe » 02/11/22, 18:20

I'm posting here Zemmour's conference on energy from a few days ago (there's Jancovici inside! : Mrgreen: :

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+1 Izy:

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View gegyx » 02/11/22, 21:43

Claudio, a brave guy who touched from Big Pharma to take and vote, : roll: "their good decisions"
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View Remundo » 02/11/22, 22:03

Malhuret is an "amasenator" of sharp sketches.

sometimes it's just right.

But on COVID, he was a despicable character.
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