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luciano 486739 244 Photos rice field either
Photos rice field
Some pictures of the nineties. Valmet 985 built walls for irrigation.

Algumas fotos dos anos 90.
Valmet 985 construido taipas para irrigação.
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Conventional planting of rice on walls.

Plantio Convencional de arroz sobre taipas.
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Ford 6610 e Semeato TD 300.
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Photos of the year of 1996, this in the tractor is me.

Photos do ano de 1996, este no trator sou eu.
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Direct planting of rice in the gram, in the walls this more green because they were done few day before the planting.

Plantio direto de arroz na grama, nas taipas esta mais verde porque foram feitas poucos dia antes do plantio.
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Beginning of the irrigation.

Início da irrigação.
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Hello Luciano. Very nice pics you send here but you comfusing me now at the highest level as can be!!!!! I can`t to understand the reason to seed the rice on this walls. This field would be flooded after the seeding? If yes how you can play with the water level to manage the weeds?, because as far as i know for all the growing season a non stop water level about 5-8cm can to reduce a lot the weeds. In Greece because the fields aren`t too big (10ha block is a little big one)and the elevation hasn`t big different from side to side we do a precision level with laser controled scrapers and the field seeded totally flat and smooth. Even the field become with high elevations (35-50cm side to side) then we make a wall in the middle of the field and leveled the new two blocks in different elevations.
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Soil systemization. Making even pictures.
John Deere 6605 with plane
John Deere 6600 with plane laser
John Deere 5700 with scraper John
Deere 6300 with scraper
Photo with bad quality :-\

Sistematização solo. Nivelando quadros.
John Deere 6605 com plaina
John Deere 6600 com plaina laser
John Deere 5700 com scraper
John Deere 6300 com scraper
Foto com qualidade ruim:-\
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I think in your last pic you do it with the same way as mine.If i see good in the right block of this field you carrying a lot of soil to fill this low level spot.In the left block you found some high level and you carrying soil more left in the picture maybe don`t seeing on this to another more lower spot on this field...
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Hi jontiras.
Those fields with walls will be flooded. The walls have between 12 and 15 cm of height, and we used an unevenness among walls of 5 cm. To control the harmful plants in the walls, we left ourselves that the water spills over them, Then there is a perfect control of the harmful plants, even without a constant sheet of water the humidade no deiza they to be born.
The fields that we planted on walls have a lot of height unevenness, and they are larger fields, from 30 to 70 hectares.
And my soil has a layer of fertile soil very he/she dies, then if it levels with laser as in this photo he/she has a very big decrease of productivity. See in this picture that same where I level with laser the lands are not straight.
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jontiras.
See in the first picture, the walls are very close some of the other ones, the planting is practically on top of them, and you won't believe, in this areas it is where he/she has a better productivity. Because in the walls it accumulates only more fertile earth. And this land type is difficult to level with laser, because he/she has to do a lot of earth movement and very small pictures.
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Nice photos Luciano ;-)
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thanks TC;-)
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