Sunday, June 23, 2024

Premature fall in summer in Isfahan

Climatic changes, drought, temperature stress and lack of water flow in the landmark Zayandehroud River have led to chlorosis, or yellowing of normally green leaves, and premature fall of plantain trees in recent years in Isfahan.

Many old trees on the banks of Zayandehroud River, whose roots were in the soil around the river, are now facing water stress due to the lack of water flow on the river bed.

Despite water supply by tankers many rooted trees in Isfahan suffer from drought stress as the underground water level is insufficient.

The above factors have all triggered the early fall in summer in Isfahan.

Here are some of the pictures of the unfortunate phenomenon:

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