- v.灌溉( irrigate的过去式和过去分词 ); 冲洗（伤口）;
They irrigated their crops with water from this river.
The fields are irrigated so that the crops can grow.
Water resources cannot be separeated from land resources in irrigated agriculture.
Many farmers fields are irrigated by water.
We had seventy acres of good irrigated land.
Substantial amounts of land may have to be converted from irrigated to dryland farming systems.
Na Minghe irrigated Na Ming this fair land, fostering Naming's people.
I do not know why, guess may be irrigated more.
Irrigated farming is the primary kind of agricultures in loess plateau.
Measuring the irrigated land men invented surveying and became interested in geometry.
Between this and the railway extended vast plains, plentifully irrigated.
For irrigated rice, the declines would be 19 % and 14 % ( see chart ).
Irrigated area is building of engineering irrigation, executor that water resource allocate.
After the steel formwork is erected, concrete is irrigated.
Almost 235 million hectares of the cropland is irrigated.
Better irrigation can dramatically improve crop yield and about 40% of the world's food supply is currently derived from irrigated land.