Difference between revisions of "Irrigation"

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http://www.publicaffairs.water.ca.gov/swp/images/geography/irrigation.jpg<br><br>
  
This image is an example of sprinklers watering crops. <br><br>  
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These images are examples of irrigation being applied to a field of crops. <br>
  
http://www.soilchem.okstate.edu
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Source: http://www.soilchem.okstate.edu<br><br>
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Source: http://www.publicaffairs.water.ca.gov<br><br>

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1. to supply water by artificial means, such as with sprinklers.

irrigation.jpg

irrigation.jpg

These images are examples of irrigation being applied to a field of crops.

Source: http://www.soilchem.okstate.edu

Source: http://www.publicaffairs.water.ca.gov