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Old 03-10-2016, 01:59 PM   #13 (permalink)
jonnyenglish
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OK, so now this was in that crazy hot season we had earlier in the year, it was very difficult to imagine enough water to create a puddle, let alone planning landscaping with flood management, but getting the land raised by 80cms to a metre is what was needed on ex-rice paddy land that is next to other rice paddy.

Time to bring in the boss (cue action shot of er-indoors):



Edit: Note that the houses in the background along the main village road are not particularly elevated, apparently this area isn't prone to floods, but still, it's a garden I'm after not a frog-infested swamp.
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