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Synonyms for irrigate

supply with water, as with channels or ditches or streams

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supply with a constant flow or sprinkling of some liquid, for the purpose of cooling, cleansing, or disinfecting

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along with allied irrigational tools such as Peter engine, turbine, transformers, solar tube wells and more.
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.
Maharashtra is a major focus state, as it has a lot of irrigational potential which has not yet been realized.
Assessment of groundwater quality with a special emphasis on irrigational utility in chinnar watershed, Cauvery river, Tamil Nadu", International Journal of Recent Scientific research, 1(3): 01-09.
PESHAWAR -- Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Senior Minister for Irrigation and Social Welfare Sikandar Hayat Khan Sherpao on Friday directed the authorities concerned to expedite the ongoing work on the revamping of canals the province over and complete the same up to 29th of the current month positively so as to ensure the timely supply of irrigational water to the crops and achieve the desired yield from them.
This decrease in the current fallow land and increase in the net sown land actually suggest the impacts of Tanda on the agriculture land use, because the dam was closed and water were not available for irrigation in 2005-06 and most of the cultivated land was vacant in this year, while the water was available from Tanda dam for irrigational purposes and almost whole of the cultivated land was cropped in 2011-12.
He said that Irrigation Department should benefit from the experiences of the floods of 2010 and 2014, adding that all out resources should be utilized for the protection of important irrigational assets.
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.
The agricultural sector of Pakistan relies heavily on seasonal rains and the Indus River for irrigational purposes.
Micro Hydro Power Plants can be installed in the north-eastern hilly regions and in the existing irrigational canal system with a sufficient head.
However, this "waste" has the potential to be recycled and reused for industrial as well as irrigational purposes.
JICA is financing 20 projects to develop Iraqi infrastructures in electrical, water, oil, ports, sewerage and irrigational fields, with a cost of 4.