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Rice is one of the oldest food crops in the world. In Bali, it is not just a lot, almost all suitable for this cropland planted with rice. Most of the water goes to irrigate fields and terraces. Because of the dissected relief of the island, the rice fields are mainly distributed in the south and middle of the island. n mountain areas, rice is grown on terraces that are built on mountain slopes and fenced off special shafts for water retention. On the plains heavy paddy fields usually aligned to ensure uniform irrigation and good drainage, and divide them into sections of the shafts, after which there is pumped water system channels. For the control of water, the following public institution - "Subak". (Roughly speaking, Subak - a society of peasants living in the same "irrigation district."Because of the soft and pronounced seasonal climate, vegetation period of ripening rice is almost not expressed. Per year were 3-4 harvest.Before planting rice grains germinated in special beds, and after 1-2 months of transplant in Extends the entire growing period in a humid environment, simply seeded rice and water is removed from the water.bunches of 3-4 germ in the soil of heavy field covered with water.In Bali there are very narrow roads and farm equipment is almost never used. All is done manually.

(after https://travel-cam.net/en/travel-stories/indonesia/how-to-grow-rice-in-bali).

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  • Copyright: Malgorzata Kopczynska (emka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 12236 W: 130 N: 31312] (145375)
  • Genre: Places
  • Medium: Color
  • Date Taken: 2020-03-10
  • Exposure: 30 seconds
  • Photo Version: Original Version
  • Date Submitted: 2020-04-08 1:18
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