Raqchi and its abandoned temple Wiraqocha were our next stop.
Granaries. There were 200 granaries in this agricultural complex. This land was at a lower elevation to sustain agriculture which they would barter for alpaca and llama they would graze at the higher elevation.
Lupine was planted on the higher terraces so nitrogen would be supplied to the lower terraces; then the beans were processed in the water so they could be consumed, however the poison was retained in the water of the man-made lake where the sheep would be dipped to rid them of topical vermin.