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Terrace Farming

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rory mills

on 25 May 2012

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Transcript of Terrace Farming

Terrace Farming By:
Rory Mills How does terrace farming work? Terrace Farming works by building multiple levels on which crops grow on. Terracing is always on steep hill or ledges.
This prevents soil erosion by making sure waters doesn't flood down the side of the hill and devastate all the crops. Good And Bad Pros:
Crops don't wash away
Crops get plenty of water
Doesn't yield as many crops
Chance crops could get over watered Where in the world? Terracing is used mostly throughout southern Asia and South America in places like India, China, and La Paz. Interesting facts The Incas used terracing for thousand of years until the spainsh came A quarter of the land in Taiwan is now used for terrace farming My References My References http://www.howitworksdaily.com/environment/question-of-the-day-what-is-terrace-farming/
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