Acequia

An acequia (lang) or séquia (langva) is a community-operated watercourse used in Spain and former Spanish colonies in the Americas for irrigation. Particularly in Spain, the Andes, northern Mexico, and the modern-day American Southwest, acequias are usually historically engineered canals that carry snow runoff or river water to distant fields. It...
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Acequia

• (n.) A canal or trench for irrigating land.
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Acequia

A·ce'qui·a noun [ Spanish ] A canal or trench for irrigating land. [ Spanish Amer.]
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acequia

acequias are gravity-driven waterways, similar in concept to a flume. Most are simple ditches with dirt banks, but they can be lined with concrete. They were important forms of irrigation in the development of agriculture in the American Southwest. The proliferation of cotton, pecans and green chile as major agricultural staples owe their progress ...
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acequia

An irrigation ditch or canal.
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acequia

irrigation ditch
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