Moat, Dhekli, and Rahat are different (a)The traditional method of cultivation (b)The traditional method of seed sowing (c)The traditional method of weeding (d)The traditional method of irrigation
Hint: These are the processes of applying controlled amounts of water to plants at needed intervals to grow crops, maintain landscapes, and revegetate (producing vegetation) disturbed soils in dry areas and during periods of less than average rainfall.
Complete answer: Moat, Dhekli, and Rahat are the different traditional methods of irrigation. Moat is a method in which irrigation of lands is done using buckets of water, carrying them from one place to another. In the Dhekli method, the ropes and containers were used to get water from the well. It is a common method. Rahat is an old method, when the machines of now do not exist, where oxen (a pair of the ox) was used to get the water from the well for irrigation.
Additional Information: -Tilling, planting, burning of land, and cattle grazing are traditional methods of cultivation. -Broadcasting, seed drill, and open field planting are traditional methods of seed sowing. -Covering, removal of weeds by hands, crop rotation, etc. are traditional methods of weeding include
So, the correct answer is, ‘Traditional method of irrigation.’
Note: Moat is also known as the pulley-system and is a manual irrigation method. In the Dhekli method, the rope and the bucket are connected to one end of a heavy stick and a heavy counterweight at the other end. In the Rahat method, animals move and rotate the wheel, which leads to drawing the water from the well.