2 edition of Economics and management of tubewell irrigation in Comilla Kotwali Thana found in the catalog.
Economics and management of tubewell irrigation in Comilla Kotwali Thana
Includes bibliographical reference.
|Statement||[by] Md. Ahsanullah.|
|LC Classifications||HD1741.B35 A35|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||73900618|
Abstract. The constraints on the effectiveness of twenty one deep tubewell schemes in Tangail, Mymensingh and Jamalpur Districts were studied. Major problems were the difficulty of constructing small earthworks (aqueducts), inconsistencies in credit provision, and the non-availability of HYV rice varieties with appropriate characteristics to exploit the irrigation. Development of tubewell irrigation in India. New Delhi: Agricole Pub. Academy ; Delhi: Institute of Economic Growth, [i.e. ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: B D Dhawan.
Nutrient management for diversified cropping in Bangladesh. ACIAR, Australia and KGF, Bangladesh. 3. Team Leader (Socio-economic component) Sustaining groundwater irrigation for food security in northwest region of Bangladesh. April, Mar, DFAT, Australia. 4. Co-investigator. Principles and Practices of Irrigation Management for Vegetables 2 Irrigation Water Quality Criteria Understanding irrigation water quality is critical for sustainability of vegetable production. In some areas of Florida, water quality impacts crop productivity more than soil fertility, pest and weed control, variety, and other factors.
2. Similarities in irrigation scheduling and delivery systems between the two settings a) Whether operating on a garden scale or field scale, irrigation managers need to make decisions about water application rates and type of delivery based on crop needs, weed management, disease potential, evapotranspiration (ET) rates, and harvest schedules. tubewell, but after one fairly successful season () the tubewell was again idle for a long time in and winter cultivation failed dismally that year.
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Rice cultivation in Comilla Kotwali Thana: the role of cooperatives / Quazi M. Malek Intensive family planning information and service delivery campaign: a short evaluation in Comilla / M.
Economics and management of tubewell irrigation in Comilla Kotwali Thana [by] Md. Ahsanullah. Malek, Quazi M.Rice cultivation in Comilla Kotwali Thana: the role of cooperatives / Quazi M. Malek Bangladesh Institute of Development Economics Dacca Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
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ANALYSING THE LINK BETWEEN IRRIGATION WATER SUPPLY AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION: PAKISTAN Economic issues in irrigation systems in Pakistan P. STROSSER International Irrigation Management Institute, Lahore, Pakistan T. RIEU Irrigation Division, Cemagref, Montpellier, FranceCited by: 2. All the data quoted on the costs and payments for Comilla tubewells have been taken from M.
AhsanuVah, Economics and Management of Tubewell Irrigation in Comilla Kotwali Thana (BARD, April ). The publication puts together a good deal of information but, unfortunately, makes no systematic use of by: See Md.
Ahsanullah, Economics and Management of Tubewell Irrigation in Comilla Kotwali Thana (Comilla; Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development, ); A. Mohsen, Evaluation of the Thana Irrigation Programme in East Pakistan, (Comilla: Pakistan Academy for Rural Development, ), pp.
; S. Rahim, 'Rural cooperatives and. Ahsanullah, Md.: Economics and Management of Tubewell Irrigation in Comilla Kotwali Thana (Comma: BARD). Akhanda, A. M.: Study of Foodgrain Production in Four Districts (Comilla: BARD) —Impact of High Yielding Varieties of Rice in Comilla Kotwali Thana in Bangladesh.
Mimeo., paper presented. This study focusses on the economics of tube-well irrigation in India which has expanded rapidly since the mid-sixties. The growth of tube-well irrigation, factors behind inter-regional disparity in tube-well trends, comparative costs of groundwater irrigation, cost-benefit analysis for private tube-wells and returns from public tube-wells, and management of external diseconomies in groundwater.
The book considers the economics of tubewell irrigation in the Indo-Gangetic plains of India. It is concluded that the main factor militating against the diffusion of tubewell technology during the first half of this century was its high indivisibility in Indian farm conditions.
In the wake of developmental planning, tubewell indivisibility witnessed substantial reduction, thereby inducing many. This paper discusses the nature and consequences of institutional innovation being pursued in recent years for the organization and management of minor irrigation in Bangladesh.
The comparative analysis presented in this paper suggests that there are no significant variations of performance between the mainstream management institutions, except that tubewells under BRDB-Cooperative groups.
Comilla Rahim. A Amon Crop Survey in Comilla Kotwali Thana. Wood. G.D. and Ameerul Hoq The Socio- economic implications of Introducing H Y V in Bangladesh Miswa. Kazuto and Jun Adachi Agricultual Practices in Comilla. Given instruction in management and planning, improved agricultural methods and keeping accounts, they return to share new knowledge with villagers in weekly meetings of the Societies.
The first agricultural machines used in Comilla Thana were pumps for dry season irrigation and tractors introduced cooperatively by the Academy through the. Irrigation is the process of application of water to crops through artificial channels to grow them.
The supply of water to plants comes from various water resources. For example, wells, ponds, lakes, canals, dams and reservoirs. Per data from the Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, while 41 per cent of the net irrigated area in India got water from tube wells intubewell irrigation increased to.
Hobiganj office. Hobiganj: Koresh Nagar Area, Habigonj. office Faridpur: Faridpur: Jheeltuli, Faridpur. Chandpur RPO office. Well and Tube Well irrigation is the most popular irrigation system in India. The first tube well was dug in in Uttar Pradesh. Today there are more than 50 lakh tube wells operating in.
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Then the interval may gradually be increased from days to days. The irrigation depth needs to be cm at initial stages and cm at later stages. Irrigation water management In Bangladesh systematic irrigation started in the early s, with the introduction of deep tubewells and low-lift pumps.
Before that period, farmers used. Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA Contents Abstract Keywords 1. Overview 2. The multiple dimensions of water management Micro-level water management choices Land allocation to irrigation at the farm level It is understood that farmers mostly depend on groundwater for irrigation and state tubewells contribute a lot in this process.
Before planning years there were total energized state tubewell and by the end of first five year plan () there were total energized state tubewells. - Buy Social, Economic, And Institutional Issues In Third World Irrigation Management (WESTVIEW STUDIES IN WATER POLICY AND MANAGEMENT) book online at best prices in India on Read Social, Economic, And Institutional Issues In Third World Irrigation Management (WESTVIEW STUDIES IN WATER POLICY AND MANAGEMENT) book reviews & Author: R.
K. Sampath, Robert A. Young, Rajan K Sampath. 3. Thana Irrigation Programme It aimed to tackle one of the vital constraints to agricultural development of the country. It created the irrigation facilities during the dry periods. Comilla Model 3. Thana Irrigation Programme A parallel irrigation programme, for which the capital cost was met by borrowing from the state, was also offered.
Well and Tube Well irrigation is the most popular irrigation system in India. The first tube well was dug in in Uttar Pradesh. Today there are more than 50 lakh tube wells operating in.