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A German project: irrigation in Peru

A German project: irrigation in Peru

Entwicklung und Landlicher Raum 15(3): 18-21

A description is given of the Tinajones irrigation project in one of the largest of the traditional agricultural production areas of Peru, which lies about 750 km north of Lima. About 500 000 people live in this area, about 185 000 of them in the regional capital, Chiclayo. The farmers of the area depend upon the waters of the Rio Chancay.

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