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Perennial irrigation (in which water is controlled so that the land can be irrigated at any time) was first practiced in the Mesopotamian plain (largely modern day Iran) in the 4 th millennium BCE whereby crops were watered at intervals throughout the growing season by manoeuvring water through a matrix of small channels throughout the field.
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Hydroelectic energy from dams and irrigated water on Indian lands have improved many lives, but at enormous ecological costs.
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