Henna Fields in Pakistan
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Camels walk past henna fields in Pakistan.
(Perhaps their names are John Deere and Massey Ferguson ...)
Pakistani farmers make irrigation ditches
to water the crop if the monsoon fails.
Pakistani farmers make a raised soil dyke around their henna fields
to help catch rainfall and contain irrigation water.
Pakistani henna farmers plant the henna trees far enough
apart to permit easy weeding and harvesting.
Husbands, wives and their adult children take care of the fields.
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