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Modern Methods of Irrigation?

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Irrigation is the administering of water to plants and animals for the purposes of farming in areas where water is not readily available for use. Modern Methods of Irrigation surpass the traditional means which were cumbersome and time consuming such as drip irrigation. Modern methods of administering this water include sprinklers which are used on golf courses, farms and yards and perennial canals. Drip irrigation on a large scale, with the use of advanced equipment is also considered a modern method.
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