2 edition of Tubewell potential and water management in Daudzai found in the catalog.
Tubewell potential and water management in Daudzai
K. M. Bhatty
Bibliography: p. 51.
|Statement||K. M. Bhatti, K. B. Fayyaz.|
|Contributions||Fayyaz, K. B., 1940- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD1741.P13 B48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 51 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||74930215|
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In these regions, farmers mostly depend on groundwater for irrigation and obtain water from a common tubewell/aquifer. All the dark-zone talukas fall under the six agroclimatic zones: north Gujarat (36 talukas), south Saurashtra (5 talukas), middle Gujarat (4 talukas), north Saurashtra (2 talukas), south Gujarat (3 talukas) and north-west arid Groundwater from deep aquifers and dug wells, surface water and rain water can be potential sources of water supply to avoid arsenic ingestion through shallow tubewell water.
On the other hand, there are several treatment methods available to reduce arsenic concentration to acceptable levels for water Improving water management and conservation practices for increased agriculture production in the arid zone of Studies were conducted in and to evaluate three moisture conservation practices: the use of chemical fertilizer, tillage and different crops under two different planting :// Iron in tubewell water and linear growth in rural Bangladesh The book revisits the causes of persisting under nutrition in India, but moves away from the usual focus on women and children to a Recycling is one of the viable options to attain sustainable management of wastewater.
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The existing cropping acreage and corresponding gross and net returns of crop i in season j, under kth type of agriculture of the study area are shown in Table net return from the cultivation of the crops per unit area of farming was calculated by considering the potential crop yield, market price of crops and cost of production (excluding the cost of irrigation water).
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