Water taken from the River Nile is used to irrigate crops grown along the Nile valley.
The Egyptian irrigation ditches brought water from the River Nile to water food crops growing along the Nile Valley.
They used the Nile River for irrigation and transportation.
An irrigation system allows the watering of food crops along the River Nile.
The Nile River was used in irrigation channels, stored for droughts, and was used as drinking water for people and animals.
Without it they could not grow crops.
Yes, it is greatly used for irrigation.
Transport and irrigation.
It provides irrigation.
the perennial method of irrigation is the denmark method.although there are other methods but this is the best used.
Today the Nile River is used for fishing, transportation, hydroelectricity, agricultural irrigation, and drinking water.
Yes, fish and also irrigation for crops.
There are countless advantages of the River Nile. Though the Nile is not used as much as it was in ancient times the Aswan Dam provides irrigation and hydro electrictiy. In ancient times the Nile was used for washing clothes, transportation, irrigation, farming and the reeds that grew near the river banks, called papyrus, were used as paper for writing on.
They used it for transportation, shipping and irrigation.
they used irrigation
soil, and irrigation for farming. :) They also used it for transportation
Irrigation really started in Ancient Egypt when the pharaohs used ditches to move water from the Nile River to the crop fields.
The people of Egypt used The Nile River for many different reasons.Irrigation for cropsWashingHunting (Fish)TransportationWater/HydrationFertile SoilAlso, reeds called papyrus grew along the banks of the Nile. Egyptians used the papyrus for building boats and using it as paper.
They were able to grow crops and used irrigation
Irrigation, drinking, transport, hydro-electricity, fishing, tourism etc.
Drinking water, transport, hydro-electric, fishing, waste disposal, irrigation etc.
Furrow irrigation should be used on slopes. Furrow irrigation creates parallel channels along the length of the slope.
* The Nile gave water to drink. * The Nile gave water to crops through irrigation.
Fishing, transport, irrigation.
Egyptians managed to control the flooding of the Nile River for their own benefit. They would dig irrigation systems from the Nile to their farmland. When the Nile overflowed, the water would fill the irrigation ditches and water the crops. Thus, the Egyptians managed to tame the Nile.