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Record number 370405
Title Land, Water and Ecosytems Management in the Khrisna River Basin : Report of the inception visit and stakeholder Report of the inception visit and stakeholder
Author(s) Brandenburg, W.A.; Gevers, G.J.M.
Source Wageningen : Plant Research International / Wageningen International - 33
Department(s) Agrosystems
Centre for Development Innovation
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2007
Keyword(s) watervoorraden - beschikbaar bodemwater - beschikbare watercapaciteit - waterbeheer - india - biologisch waterbeheer - vollegrondsgroenten - water resources - available water - available water capacity - water management - biological water management - field vegetables
Categories Water Supply / Irrigation
Abstract India, as the world’s major irrigating country uses the largest share of its water resources for irrigation purposes. The demand for water from both the agricultural and the non_agricultural sectors is growing rapidly, causing an increased pressure on available water resources. In many areas overexploitation of the resources and environmental degradation are already experienced. The national and state governments of India, therefore, face huge challenges in water management India, as the world’s major irrigating country uses the largest share of its water resources for irrigation purposes
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