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'Art of Dirt' and Rural Life

Drip Irrigation

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Drip Irrigation

A couple reads about a drip irrigation system for a small plot or garden. Water flows from the storage bag along small tubes that run along the planted rows, providing "more crop per drop," says IDE's CEO Al Doerksen.
Listen to Al Doerksen of International Development Enterprise

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