1. Irrigation Historiography
  2. Water Resources for Irrigation
  3. Irrigation Canals & Related Structures
  4. Irrigation Tools
  1. Land Grading , Seeding & Planting Tools
  2. Intertillage & Blight Control Tools
  3. Harvest & Transportation Tools
  4. Storage & Processing Tools
  5. Daily Life & Custom Tools
Irrigation Historiography
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Land Grading , Seeding & Planting Tools
This section includes plowing tools and seeding tools. Plowing tools are tools and machinery used to arrange and repair the farmland before cultivation. Tools and machinery used for all kinds of seeding and planting are called sowing and planting tools.
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Water Resources for Agricultural Irrigation
Water is not only a country's natural resource but also the basis for agricultural production. Because of the unpredictability of rainfall, appropriate adjustments must be made to efficiently utilize this resource in order to provide adequate food production and a stable life for the people. Agricultural Irrigation maintains water sources for farming purposes by taking water from our natural environment including reservoirs, lakes, rivers, ground water, mountain springwater and other sources.
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Intertillage & Blight Control Tools
Divided into cultivation & weeding tools and pest & disease control tools. Tools used over the crop's growing period for loosening of the dirt, weeding, or fertilization are called intertilage tools. Tools used to prevent various crop diseases and pest infestations are called pest & disease control tools.
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Irrigation Canals & Related Structures
Specially built trenches used to irrigate water to far away farmland or to channel water to another place are called canals. The various facilities on a canal are designed for agricultural irrigation purposes. This section is divided into irrigation systems and irrigation facilities.
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Harvest & Transportation Tools
Divided into harvest tools and transport tools. Various tools and machinery used during the harvest are called harvest tools. Various kinds of farm products or seedlings, tools, machines, fertilizers, and related materials as well as tools and machinery used for the transportation of goods are called transport tools.
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Irrigation Tools
This section includes agricultural irrigation tools and artifacts. Agricultural irrigation introduces tools used in the last century for pumping, transporting, pouring, storage, controlling, and measuring of water, as well as tools used for agricultural irrigation constructions. The agricultural irrigation artifacts section includes stone tablets for memorial buildings, statues, structures, various documents and photos, and temple statues related to agricultural irrigation.
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Storage and Processing Tools
Divided into storage & drying tools, and grinding & processing tools. Tools and machinery used to store grain and cereals are called storage tools. Besides the naturally drying method, machinery and facilities used to dry grain and cereals are listed as drying tools. Man, livestock, or machine powered tools used to refine, polish, and grind the grain into powder are called grinding & processing tools.
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Daily Life and Custom Tools
Divided into daily life tools and custom. Daily life tools includes tools used in everyday life and different styles of housing. The customs section includes temples and cultural custom.
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