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Which is true about the development of farming in Sumer? . . . A.. Labor was plentiful, so farmers could hire plenty of help.. . . B.. Men in Sumer experimented with different kinds of seeds until they learned which crops to plant.. . . C.. Farmers relied mostly on rainfall to water large crops.. . . D.. . . Flood waters could be channeled to provide irrigation..

Caroline Campbell

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Jodi Brooks on June 21, 2018

The answer is D. the Flood waters can be channeled for irrigation. In sumerian, the agriculture is based mainly on the system of irrigation through use of canals, channels, levees, dams, reservoirs, etc, This development offers a place to channel the waters of the flood, especially from the two rivers, the Tigris and the Euphrates.

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