Irrigation management for crop diversification in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka: a synthesis of IIMI's research
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Miranda, S. M. 1989. Irrigation management for crop diversification in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka: a synthesis of IIMI's research. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Irrigation Management Institute (IIMI). xvi, 103p.
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This paper is a synthesis of IIMI's research on irrigation management for crop diversification in Indonesia, the Philippines and Sri Lanka. It provides some conclusions and recommendations, the potentials and constraints to more intensive non-rice production during the drier part of the year in irrigation systems that have been developed primarily for rice production. The research results obtained from selected irrigation systems sites in the three countries from 1985 to date were analyzed and compared by establishing common reference points where they existed, such as common constraints, potentials and institutional arrangements and by explaining differences based on observed data for each system. Relevant secondary data other than from the research sites were located to shed further insight in the synthesis.
SubjectsIRRIGATION MANAGEMENT; IRRIGATION PRACTICES; IRRIGATION SYSTEMS; INTENSIVE CROPPING; DIVERSIFICATION; CONSTRAINTS; INCENTIVES; RESEARCH; RICE; IRRIGATED FARMING; RAIN; WATER USE; WATER SUPPLY; WATER USERS; FARMER-AGENCY INTERACTIONS; COMMUNICATION; EQUITY; SOIL MOISTURE; DRAINAGE; CROP YIELD; PRODUCTION COSTS;
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