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ir·ri·gate

(ir'i-gāt),
To perform irrigation.
[L. ir-rigo, pp. -atus, to irrigate, fr. in, on, + rigo, to water]

irrigate

(ĭr′ĭ-gāt′)
v. irri·gated, irri·gating, irri·gates
v.tr.
1. To supply (land or crops) with water by means of pipes, sprinklers, ditches, or streams.
2. To wash out (a body cavity or wound) with water or a medicated fluid.
v.intr.
To irrigate land or crops.

ir′ri·ga′tion n.
ir′ri·ga′tion·al adj.
ir′ri·ga′tor n.

ir·ri·gate

(ir'i-gāt)
To perform irrigation.
[L. ir-rigo, pp. -atus, to irrigate, fr. in, on, + rigo, to water]
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As part of its MSME outreach strategy, these agri loans shall aid farmers in purchasing agricultural machinery, assets and other irrigational tools.
The rural poor in India comprise : persons without productive assets; labourers largely or wholly dependent on wages with irregular and uncertain employment; marginal farmers without irrigational facilities and other in-frastructural facilities; petty artisans; people with poor resources; people born in debt, living in debt; people who are unorganized and without bargaining power; and, people prone to exploitation and dependency--an alternative term for rural poor being used is Weaker Section.
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Further, British administration created a splendid irrigational system in the form of canal colonies and demonstrated great feats of engineering in construction work of canal.58
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sativus pulse is considered as an inexpensive legume, which does not require much irrigational inputs.
As part of an Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) project, 143 farms were given treated wastewater for irrigational purpose, and it was revealed that this kind of water can be used for all types of crops.
Any regional development planning has to deal with this reality in order to stop the interprovincial migration and anti-state movements and reduce feelings of deprivation by promoting the creation of new industrial sites improve agricultural irrigational and marketing facilities; and develop more public sector facilities namely educational institutions and health conveniences especially in the less developed areas like Balochistan interior Khyber Pakhtoonkwa and Lower Sindh.
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