Deficit irrigation

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  • Particulate Control Case Study

    4.1.1 Particulate control. Particulate can be defined or referred to as tiny particles of matter like dust, smoke, soot which are being emitted during agricultural and industrial processes as well as other economic activities. Various methods involved with particulate control operate basic principles. Solid particulate particles are usually isolated from gases where they are controlled by physical procedures like through a settling chamber. Settling chamber is a wide and elongated pipe where…

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  • Machang Village Case Study

    Fig. 14. The viaduct bridge takes large area of cultivated land in Yang Po Village of Qian Yang County 3.6. Village infrastructure is backward, the internal function does not satisfy the modern life With the improvement of people’s living standard, residents who living the gully region of the Loess Plateau own more requirements for their life. However the original cave dwellings cannot meet their requirements due to the backward infrastructure, such as communication, water supply, power supply,…

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  • Poverty In Ethiopia Case Study

    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1. Background Ethiopia is predominantly an agricultural country with the vast majority of its population directly involve in the production of crops & livestock. Agriculture accounts around 45 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), 85 percent of the employment and over 90 percent of foreign exchange earning of the country (CSA, 2001). It satisfies 70 per cent of raw materials requirements of the country's…

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  • Liquidity Case Study

    5.2.6 Liquidity Liquidity is the amount of cash available for farm production at the start of the simulation period. It is required for a variety of activities, such as covering the costs of the inputs for cropping (e.g. fertilizer, herbicides), hiring additional labor and hiring labor to clear forest. In the survey households were asked about their monetary savings and cash, however no answers were provided by the respondents. Therefore, the credit limit is used as a proxy to quantify cash…

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  • The Importance Of The Agri-Food Industry

    hydrological modifications related to irrigation and drainage. Indirect effects include the transformation in water–rock reactions in soils and aquifers which result from increased concentrations of dissolved oxidants. At the same time, unsatisfactory irrigation performance aggravates the situation by increasing water waste. Damage of water sources may be caused by irrigation during pumping aquifers.To be specific, even though the purpose of canal and tube-well irrigation application is to…

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  • The Importance Of Gravity Concrete Dam

    Dam is an important way of water-resources utilization in large rivers. Dam construction has played significant roles in flood control, irrigation, navigation, and energy supply; however, the enormous negative effects, such as landslides, ecological problems, and water quality decline, could surpass positive gains. In these days, the water has become the most important need of everyone. In the monsoon season, there is over amount of water. Because of no facility of storage of water, this amount…

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  • Water Scarcity Essay

    population growth. Due to the larger amount of population growth, it is causing the resources to become very scarce. Not only do humans need water for basic needs, we need water for agricultural purposes. For agriculture, freshwater is used for the irrigation of crops and to feed the animals. With agriculture it is possible that they suffer from a shortage of water because of the amount of water that is used for this purpose. “The aim of water harvesting is to mitigate the effects of water…

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  • Where Does Water Come From?

    Where does my water come from? Wouldn’t it be neat if we lived in a world where you could wave a magic wand and say, “Aguamenti” and however much water you wanted or needed at the time, suddenly appeared like in Harry Potter? Unfortunately, in reality, water is not so easy to come by. Even though our planet Earth is covered in 70% water, there is not enough spring water from lakes or streams as well as ground water from wells to supply humans, plant life and animals in this ever-growing world…

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  • How Water Affects Agriculture

    consequently, its yield and quality. In India, however, rainfall is notoriously capricious, causing floods and droughts alternately. Its frequency distribution and amount are not in accordance with the needs of the crops. Artificial water supply through irrigation on one occasion, and the removal of excess water…

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  • Water Scarcity In The United States

    While many people focus on saving water by turning off the sink while you brush your teeth and taking shorter showers, the focus is shifted away from how much water irrigation and other agriculture techniques use. Today developed countries have started to try and conserved water through various methods and inventions such as, water saving toilets, sinks, and showers. One of the major areas that we do not think of water waste is agriculture, one of the biggest uses for freshwater in the world.…

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