On-farm enhanced water-use efficiency and productivity attributed to adoption of micro-irrigation in India.

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Year Published: 2005
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Author: Nimbalkar, S. A. ; Taley, S. M. ; Patode, R. S.
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This study of the benefits of micro-irrigation systems calculated on-farm production, income and water use efficiency for horticultural and other crops in terms of the benefit cost (B.C.) ratio. The B.C. ratio of drip irrigation was found to be greater than conventional methods of irrigation, also its water use efficiency and monetary gains. The paper presents information on water use efficiency, productivity and advantages of micro-irrigation.

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Journal: Transactions of the 19th International Congress on Irrigationand Drainage, Beijing, China, 2005. Vol 1A: Improving water and landmanagement for increasing efficiency in irrigated agriculture
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ISSN: 8185068933

cost benefit analysis, crop yield, irrigation systems,microirrigation, trickle irrigation, water costs, water use efficiency,India, South Asia, Asia, Developing Countries, Commonwealth of Nations,Plant Water Relations (FF062), Soil Water Management (Irrigation andDrainage) (JJ800) (Revised June 2002) [formerly Soil Water Management],Soil Fertility (JJ600), Natural Resource Economics (EE115) (New March2000), Input Utilization (Microeconomics) (EE145), Plant Production(FF100)

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