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Why do farmers in the Western and Northern side of Penamakuru use borewells for irrigation?


Correct Answer
A
There is no rain after October, thus borewells are used for irrigation. 
Your Answer
B
From June to October, there is relatively very little rain. 
Your Answer
C
The Western side is low lying and irrigated easily by canals. 
Correct Answer
D
The Western and Northern side are on higher elevation. 

Solution

The correct options are
A There is no rain after October, thus borewells are used for irrigation. 
D The Western and Northern side are on higher elevation. 
Farmers in the Western and Northern side use borewells for irrigation because there is no rain after October. The western and northern side are on higher elevation and thus, difficult to be irrigated by water from canals. The eastern side is low lying and can be easily irrigated by water from canals. 

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