continuous-flow irrigation


continuous-flow irrigation
система регулярного орошения

basin irrigation — лиманное орошение

drip irrigation — капельное орошение

strip irrigation — орошение полосами

irrigation system — система орошения

liman irrigation — лиманное орошение


English-Russian big polytechnic dictionary. 2014.

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