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Pokhara rice fields, Nepal
Yann ARTHUS-BERTRAND

Art Photography by Yann ARTHUS-BERTRAND, rice fields in the south of Pokhara, the Pahar region, Nepal. The Pokhara valley, in the Pahar region of central Nepal, is rich in fertile alluvial soil because of a network of running streams.

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Color Yellow

Pokhara rice fields, Nepal

Yann ARTHUS-BERTRAND

Art Photography by Yann ARTHUS-BERTRAND, rice fields in the south of Pokhara, the Pahar region, Nepal. The Pokhara valley, in the Pahar region of central Nepal, is rich in fertile alluvial soil because of a network of running streams.

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The Pokhara valley, in the Pahar region of central Nepal, is rich in fertile alluvial soil because of a network of running streams. The banks of the hills are covered by a mosaic of rice paddies in terraces of small embankments of earth. Eighty percent of the Nepalese population works in agriculture, and family-cultivated rice is the country’s foremost agricultural product (4.2 million tons in 2001). At the end of the 1970s, the nation’s farmers produced a small surplus, which enabled them to export some of their crops, particularly to Tibet. Today Nepal does not have the money to expand irrigation, and despite efforts to increase the area of cultivated land and to use more productive fertilizer and seeds, the country does not produce enough food for its own people and must import.

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