Zhuweishuo 築圍說 "On field embankment construction" is a book on agriculture and irrigation compiled during the very early Qing period 清 (1644-1911) by Chen Hu 陳瑚 (1614-1675), courtesy name Yanxia 言夏, style Que’'an 確庵, from Taicang 太倉, Jiangsu. After the demise of the Ming dynasty 明 (1368-1644), Chen retired to Kunshan 昆山, where he was a private teacher. Chen's collected writings are Loudong zazhu 樓東雜著 and Lixiangzhai congshu 棣香齋叢書.
Chen was of the opinion that discussions on irrigation or water conservation must be founded on knowledge about cultivation and farming methods, while the latter aspects again were to be based on the precondition that villages cared for the embankments of waters. The study of Chen Hu was based on personal experience in the field which he made with some companions. The brief texts focuses on each aspect of the embankment construction and describes them in words, enriched with illustrations (not preserved). The practical work of Chen was inspired by the simple fact that the village of Weicun 蔚村 did not have embankments to the nearby river which resulted in frequents inundations.