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Secondary V • 2yr.


I have a question about agricultural developments in Japan.

What arrangement makes it possible to cultivate where the relief is not favorable to agriculture in Japan


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    The rice terraces allow the cultivation of rice on mountainous land. Several small flat lands are hollowed in the mountain in a staircase shape. Each step thus created allows the cultivation of rice, a crop that requires a lot of water to grow. The flat relief created allows water to be retained in place instead of flowing as it would on the side of a natural mountain.


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    I invite you to consult our sheet on the agricultural territory of Japan to learn more on the subject.

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