Irrigation management for diversified cropping
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IIMI. 1987. Irrigation management for diversified cropping. Digana Village, Sri Lanka: International Irrigation Management Institute (IIMI). 278p.
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Improvements in rice growing technologies during the last two decades have resulted in a number of countries especially in the humid tropical regions of Asia, nearing self sufficiency in rice production. Consequently, policies are shifting in these countries toward minimizing the under-utilization of land by increasing the cropping intensity of irrigated areas, particularly by growing non-rice crops during the dry season. These workshop papers discuss the advantages of and constraints to crop diversification, in different country situations in Asia.
SubjectsCROPPING SYSTEMS; DIVERSIFICATION; IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT; AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION; CASE STUDIES; IRRIGATED FARMING; RICE; IRRIGATION SYSTEMS;
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