Why are floods sometimes considered good for agriculture?
it can give the plants water in countries that are usually dry. or poor countries where they cant get water themselves.
It could be good agriculturally, and was since the times of Ancient Egypt, when the floods dumped fertile alluvial soil over the Nile River banks. But it could be bad if the floods were severe, because it would wash away any growing crops. Since the construction of the Aswan High Dam in 1970, Egypt gets no Nile floods, beneficial or otherwise. However, they still occur in Sudan, which is above (south of) the dam.
Ireland has a long history of agriculture, so there is plenty of experience. Ireland has a large amount of rural areas. The land is generally good for agriculture, parts of Ireland being good for growing things and parts of Ireland being good for raising livestock. Ireland's weather is good for agriculture, with both rain and sun. There are no deserts in Ireland and extremes in weather such as great heat or severe hurricanes or flooding…