Indonesian terraces

For centuries, Indonesian farmers have built dramatically-stepped wet-rice terraces relied on priests of local "water temples" to coordinate irrigation among hundreds of farming communities. The Indonesian farmers have make an agricultural tradition that entailed complex religious, social and technical processes and optimized water sharing on the Indonesian island, reduced pest infestations, and successfully yielded rice and other food crops.

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