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Manayan Farm, Malalam, Ilagan

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Cadu, Ilagan Farm 03

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Cadu Farm 03 Projects : Canals and Local Irrigation System

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 The integrated networks -- comprised of two (2) long North to South canals (see wide horizontal Blue Bars with Yellow Arrows) that span the length of the farm, six (6) shorter East to West Canals (see wide vertical Blue Bars with Red-Orange Arrows) and at least two (2) minor  East to West Canals (see narrow vertical Blue Bars with Red-Orange Arrows) -- create the Localized Irrigation Network of Cadu Farm 03. 

Cadu Farm 03 Projects : Canals and Local Irrigation System
Fig. 01. Cadu Farm 03 Projects : Canals and Local Irrigation System.  The integrated networks -- comprised of two (2) long North to South canals (see wide horizontal Blue Bars with Yellow Arrows) that span the length of the farm, six (6) shorter East to West Canals (see wide vertical Blue Bars with Red-Orange Arrows) and at least two (2) minor  East to West Canals (see narrow vertical Blue Bars with Red-Orange Arrows) -- create the Localized Irrigation Network of Cadu Farm 03. 

 

 

 

 

  

Schematic Map of Cadu Farm 03
Fig. 02. Schematic Map of Cadu Farm 03 without the proposed EcoCulture projects superimposed. The schematic map includes a Top view (Upper map) and a Lateral View (Lower map) representations, respectively, of Cadu Farm 03. The Lateral View (Lower map) reveals that Zones a, b and c are lower than Zones d, e and f. Zone d inclines down to meet with Zone c. Zone g is the lowest portion of Farm 03. At present, only Zones b and f have significant commercial crops, i.e., Mandarin Orange Trees (see separate articles on Mandarin Orange Groves and potential roles as windbreaks, and their potential use in intercropping and multiple cropping Various color schemes represent distinct regions of Farm 03, based on their unique vegetation or lack thereof, terrain, and other geophysical or manmade creations introduced in the evolution of Cadu Farm 03. Zone g, the lowest portion of Farm 03, includes the rice field plots (see separate article); however, it has not been cultivated for several years because the designated caretaker now takes care of his own lands in Ballacong that is equivalent to the combined area of Farm 01 and Farm 03. 

 Schematic Map of Cadu Farm 03 with a number of  the proposed EcoCulture projects superimposed
Fig. 03. Schematic Map of Cadu Farm 03 with a number of the proposed EcoCulture projects superimposed.

 


Fig. 04a. Panoramic 180-degree view of Cadu Farm 03, taken from Zone c (see Figs. 01 and 02), showing a portion of the Mandarin Orange Groves in Zone b (see Figs. 01 and 02), the flat portion of Zone c revealing a tilled area (see Figs. 01 and 02), the inclined terrain of Zone d (see Figs. 01 and 02), and the boundary farm Northeast of Farm 03. From where the image was taken, Zone e (see Figs. 01 and 02) is barely visible while Zone f (see Figs. 01 and 02) is not visible at all. This observation reflects that the tilled field (Zone c, see Figs. 01 and 02) is much lower than Zones d, e and f (see Figs. 01 and 02).