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Furrow irrigation The term 'Furrow irrigation ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' Small, shallow channels guide water across the surface of a leveled field. Crops are typically grown on a ridge or raised bed between the furrows. This is the major irrigation system that is based on gravity'.
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