3 edition of Irrigation management for crop diversification in Bangladesh found in the catalog.
Irrigation management for crop diversification in Bangladesh
Includes bibliographical references (p. 195-202).
|Statement||editors, M.R. Biswas, M.A.S. Mandal.|
|Contributions||Biswas, M. R., 1939-, Mandal, M. A. S.|
|LC Classifications||TC904.65 .I77 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||236 p. :|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||93901619|
1. Introduction. Climate is an important factor of agricultural productivity, and temperature and precipitation are the major drivers of farm production (Quaye et al., ).Therefore, climate change will have significant impacts on agricultural productivity, efficiency of crop production, farmland value, and net farm income (Kurukulasuriya and Ajwad, , Massetti and Mendelsohn, , Moore. Promoting crop diversification in rice-based irrigation systems. In S.M. Miranda & A.R. Maglinao, eds. Proc. second progress review and coordination workshop of the Research Network on Irrigation Management for Crop Diversification in Rice-Based Systems (IMCD) held in Yogyakarta, Indonesia from 09 to 12 September
Sustainable crop intensification through surface water irrigation in Bangladesh? A geospatial assessment of landscape-scale production potential sowing, pest management, fertilizer and irrigation application, as well as harvest activities. although crop diversification also has important role to play in rationalizing SWI investments. This report describes the baseline data collected from 1, men and women respondents in households in two irrigation sites in the central dry zone in Myanmar to help diagnose, design, and test interventions to enhance the Myanmar Agricultural Development Support Project’s impacts on gender equality and nutrition.
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This book contains the findings of the first phase of a multidisciplinary research project, 'Crop diversification: an alternative strategy for improving the performance of irrigation water markets in Bangladesh'.
The thirteen chapters by eleven authors look at ways and means of improving efficiency and equity in irrigation management. Irrigation management for crop diversification in Bangladesh. Date of publication: Dec Document type: Book. Changing rural economy of Bangladesh. Date of publication: Jul Document type: Ministry of Food | 16 Abdul Ghani Road, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
A sharp decline in B availability in soil is expected to occur in the near future due to both crop intensification and crop diversification as Bangladesh strives for increased agricultural production.
The availability of cash, quality seed and plant protection measures are also needed for promoting crop diversification. This book will be of interest to policy planners, researchers and those involved in agricultural extension and irrigation management.
crop diversification in Bangladesh. Specifically this study concentrates to i) compute the level of crop diversification in Bangladesh ii) explore problems and prospect of crop diversification in Bangladesh.
Literature Review Metzel and Ateng ( 3) worked on problems associated with diversified crops by using household level primary data.
major multi-country study on irrigation management for crop diversification that are being undertaken in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, and soon in Bangladesh. All of these work have essentially the same objective - to develop better ways to manage irrigation systems for diversified cropping.
Nonrice Crops in Rice-Based Irrigation Systems in Bangladesh M. Mandal Associate Professor and Head, Department ofAgricultura1 Economics Bangladesh Agricultural Universily (BAU), Mymensingh, Bangladesh M.
Ghani Principal Agricultural Engineer and Head, Irrigation and Water Management Division Bangladesh Rice Research Institute (BRRI). Abstract. Irrigation 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 / Indonesia / Philippines / Sri Lanka.
The project will modernize the Muhuri-Kahua Irrigation Project in Chittagong and finance the feasibility study and detailed design for the upgrade of Ganges-Kobadak and Teesta irrigation projects in Khulna and Rangpur.
It will help establish performance-based irrigation management. water use and irrigation management, along with some references on irrigation systems. Proper water management planning must consider all uses of water, from the source of irrigation water to plant water use.
Therefore, it is very important to differentiate between crop water requirements and irrigation or production system water requirements. This study aimed at examining the merit of crop diversification as a strategy for agricultural growth in Bangladesh. Specifically, the existence of economies of diversification, scale economies and diversification efficiencies at the farm level were examined using a stochastic input-distance function approach.
The results reveal strong evidence of diversification economies amongst most crop enterprises. For crop diversification, rainwater can be stored in mini pits and used in dry season crops.
Besides, re-excavating basin channels and developing drainage systems should be done for crop. Participatory Water Management have been prepared to involve all kinds of stakeholders both at national and local levels. Key issues - Continuous evolution of flood and water management policy - Adverse impact of structural flood management measures on agriculture – particularly regarding impact on crop diversification - and fisheries.
The review covers 6 gravity irrigation schemes in Thailand, Myanmar, and Vietnam. To compare the organization and effectiveness of operation and maintenance (O & M) between irrigation and flood control, the study also reviewed the performance audit findings from flood control schemes at three sites in Bangladesh.
Irrigation Management for Diversified Crcipping in Rice-Based T. Hanumantha Rao Systems of Bangladesh Systems in Andra Pradesh, India Chapter 4. Irrigation Management to Support Crop Diversification in Indonesia Effendi Pasandaran, Budiman Hutabarat, and Soekarso Djunaedi V Page vii ix 1 3 7 16 17 19 33 41 This study of irrigation management and crop diversification is being carried out under a Technical Assistance Agreement (T.
No: SRI) dated 27 Novemberbetween the Government of Sri Lanka (GSL), the International Irrigation Management. Download Irrigation Engineering By – Irrigation involves the artificial application of water to soil, usually for assisting the growth of crops in dry areas or where there is a shortage of the process of agriculture becomes increasingly mechanised, the application of scientific methods and technology to the procedure of irrigation comes as no surprise.
South Asia comprises Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, which covers % ( million km 2) of Asian continent (Arnall ), and encompasses high diversity in soil types, climate, and crop production 1 shows data on total population, labor force engaged in agriculture, the share of agriculture in national gross domestic.
Project Title: Crop Diversification: An alternative strategy for improving the performance of irrigation water market in Bangladesh. Publicationed By: Professor Badiuzzaman.
Project Publication Date: Project Online Link. Agricultural development through crop diversification, irrigation, high yielding crop varieties, and public investments in infrastructure has improved food security and its seasonal dimension worldwide in recent years. Consequently, the severity of seasonal hunger caused by agricultural crop.
The final section points out the policy implications of these findings for crop diversification on irrigated land. Authors are respectively Professor of Agricultural Economics, and Associate Professor of Irrigation and Water Management, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh.MUHURI IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT OPERATOR A.
Program Background 1 In Bangladesh, agricultural development and sustainable natural resource management are critical for poverty reduction, as the majority of the poor (85%) live in rural areas and depend water use, crop diversification through sustainable practices, and developing opportunities for.Irrigation management for crop diversification in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka: A synthesis of IIMI's research (IIMI technical paper / International Irrigation Management Institute) Unknown Binding – January 1, Author: Senen M Miranda.