How did egypt's geography affect it's farming methods ? Please explain and support answer

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The fertile land in Egypt is along the Nile River, called the Nile Valley and the Nile Delta. When the Nile flooded each year, it deposited fertile muds in the valley and delta. The mud was rich and fertile and used to grow wheat and raise cattle. Farming methods included digging irrigation channels from the Nile River and using animal power to raise the irrigated waters. 

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