Dr. Ahmed Mahmoud Al-Shraideh, a researcher in the “Oriental Agricultural Cultural Heritage” expected that the start of the rainy season 2023/22 AD in Jordan and the Levant would be delayed until mid-October or the beginning of November, depending on the absence of the “irrigation lily” plant. And (autumn lily) (Al-Oslan) in all areas of the Koura district and the neighboring districts (Jordan), with no signs of growth until today, as its early appearance in the “Syriac Agricultural Heritage” is considered a sign of the end of the drought, as it appears with the onset of humidity in the air. Its early appearance and its abundance among farmers indicate an early and good rainy season, which has not occurred so far. It is considered in the “Eastern Folklore Heritage” that the growth of the aslan plant early from mid-August until mid-September is a clear indication of the abundance of the rainy season and vice versa.
Al-Awslan, whose scientific name is Latin, “Tall Asphodel”, is a wild plant that abounds in wastelands and rugged or rocky lands in the Levant.
This is God alone who knows
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