After a 40-day experiment in lockdown, the UAE proved that fruits and vegetables such as watermelons and gourds can be grown in the sand. The UAE is a deserted country, meeting 90 percent of its fresh fruit and vegetable needs by importing. For him the hope of transforming the desert into a fruit and vegetable garden is nothing short of a miracle. Scientists have found this success in the desert due to the liquid nanoclay method i.e. wet clay. The liquid nanoclay factory will be built in a 40-square-foot shipping container, Sewerts said. Many such containers will be installed in desert countries so that they can be cultivated in the deserts of that country using local soil. Each such container will produce 40,000 liters of liquid nanoclay at an hourly rate. It will be used in City Parkland, UAE. Scientists estimate that the use of water in this method will be reduced by 45 percent. At present, the cost of using this technology on one square meter of land is two dollars i.e. 150 rupees. This cost needs to be reduced 10 times to use it in poor countries.