Bogara

Bogara

 

(from the Persian behar, “spring”), land in the zone of irrigated agriculture on which crops are grown without watering. The yields are determined mainly by the amount and time of precipitation, air temperature, and other conditions. Thus, drought-resistant grains, forage crops, and melons are grown on bogara.

Dry farming is very important economically because it utilizes plots unsuitable for irrigation. It is common chiefly in foothills and on the outskirts of oases in Afghanistan, Iran, China, India, Pakistan, Sudan, Turkey, and other countries. In the USSR, it is practiced in the Middle Asian republics, southern Kazakhstan, and Transcaucasia.

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Sabir Abad-2, Karak-2, Bogara, Ahmed Wala, Waran and High Way feeder will face inconvenience.
Tenders are invited for Errection of street poles at Doddakeri, bogara oni and gabburu badavane in shikaripura town.
The press release added that during different raids 11 other POs, Muhammad Akif son of Umer Khan resident of Warana Mir Hassankhel, Jinab Gul son of Janat Gul resident of Ormar Teri and Zohaib son of Raqeeb Khan resident of Bogara were also among them, arrested by the police.
Mert imhogy surog a hernyo s egeid pillango bogara, hogy petet rakhasson oda, hol elelmet talalnak fiai tavaszkor, bar onmaga nem latja oromet annak