The desert of Boshruyah is bounded south-east by the city Boshrouyeh
and from the east to the desert salt of Boshruyah, north of the city Kashmar and south to the Kal Shal river. The width of this desert is in the widest part of about 30 km and its length is about 24 km. In the eastern part of the desert of Bashrooye, there are salt-mounds between the hills of this desert. The highest altitude of the hills is 70 meters. The vegetation of this area is larger on the northern side.
The cover includes sandy-like plants such as Haloxylon and Skambill, which are seen in the societies of boots like Nissi and .... The area covered in the eastern part of the region is: desert sorghum, hawthorn, toothbrush, jackal, wolf, sand fox, sand cat, all kinds of agama and jacko, horned owl, snake snake, japanese snake, chutney snake. .. The desert cover is composed of alkali-bloated rice fields, and in the central parts of the clay soils are soaked. The salt in the desert contains sodium and magnesium sulfate.
There is no vegetation visible in the center of the desert. The medicinal and industrial herbs such as goatrae, anzograss, cumin, and plankton are among the other plants in the area. On the edge of the desert is agricultural land. Most agricultural lands are irrigated with well water.
Agriculture is based on the underground water resources and lands prone to this region, and the major products of cotton, barley, wheat and pistachio are pistachios, although pistachios have been cultivated since ancient times, but a special boom has recently taken place. The climate is dominant in the dry and desert region. The maximum and minimum absolute temperature of the air has been reported at 49 and -27 degrees Celsius. There is no permanent river in this area, and most of it floods in the region during atmospheric floods, the most important of which is:
Ghaleh Vaghi River: The source flows from the southeast to the north and flows into the salt desert.
River Rescue: From the southern heights, the northern part of the river flows into the river Vahiyah and together they create salt.
Fat'Abad River: From the high mountains of Jamal, it begins on the edge of the village of Fathabad and enters the Bushehr area. Kal Asfak: From the Quranjiri highlands located in the west of the region and near Salafi village, the salt is added to the salt. This flame is responsible for feeding the groundwater table.
Calchour Ferdows: from the east into the plain of Boshruyah and after passing east, the village of Neigan is sinking into the desert.