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Farming in areas where rainfall is deficient and there is no assured source of artificial irrigation, is referred to as dry farming.


 

Farming in areas where rainfall is deficient and there is no assured source of artificial irrigation, is referred to as dry farming. On the other hand farming with assured water supply from artificial sources of irrigation is known as irrigated farming. In Dry farming the land starved of water is hard and poor in soil fertility where as Irrigated farming is easier, more remunerative, flexible and adaptable to changing technology.

 
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