Proceedings of the Seminar on the Improvement of Irrigation Performance at the Project Level

held at Krasnodar, USSR, from 25 August to 5 September 1980.
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SeriesWater resources series ;, no. 56, Water resources series (New York, N.Y.) ;, no. 56.
ContributionsUnited Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.
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LC ClassificationsSB191.R5 S393 1980
The Physical Object
Pagination111 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3251182M
LC Control Number83168500

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Modern Water Control and Management Practices in Irrigation: Methodology Development and Studies for Evaluating the Impact on Performance. The Management Improvement Program (MIP): A Process For Improving the Performance of Irrigated Agriculture.

Allen R. Dedrick, Eduardo Bautista, Wayne Clyma, David B. Levine & Shirley A. Rish Irrigation and Drainage Systems vol pages 5 – 39 ()Cite this articleCited by: Rapid Irrigation Project Performance Assessment Framework Rudini T.

Baoy1 M&E Specialist Abstract This paper discusses some of the knowledge and learning from the adoption of the Rapid Irrigation Project Performance Assessment (RIPPA) framework in an ad-hoc evaluation study of six completed foreign-assisted irrigation projects in the Philippines.

TL Irrigation Seminar: Refining the Landscape Coefficient for Improved Irrigation Presented by Dennis Pittenger, Area Environmental Horticulturist, University of California, Riverside There are many factors that influence plant growth in an urban setting. The objective of this project is to provide a combination of manual supervision and partial automation and is similar to manual set up in most respects but it reduces the labour involved in terms of Irrigation design is simple, easy to install, microcontroller based circuit to monitor and record the values of temperature, soil moisture that are continuously modified and controlled in order.

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Merrey, J. Seshoka, and H. Sally This Report has been produced as part of the Executing Agency Agreement between Cited by: 3. The early form of irrigation system performance framework was developed by Small and Svendsen () on which irrigation system can be considered to be a subsystem nested within a larger set of agro-economic, socioeconomic and politico-economic systems ().The final output from the irrigation system serves as an input into an irrigated agriculture by: 7.

HUNTER Handbook of Technical Irrigation Information FRMULAS FORMULAS GENERAL 4 GENERAL SLOPE Slope, as used in irrigation, is a measure of the incline of an area. It can be described as (1) a percent, formula “A,” (2) a degree, formulas “B” and “C,” or (3) a ratio, formula “D.” The greater the incline, the greater the tendency.

vi "Irrigation in Local Adaptation and Resilience" on local adaptation of the irrigation systems. The seminar proved successful to inspire policy makers, practitioners and researchers of irrigation sector for being adequately informed about the process of adaptation and associated resilience of irrigation community and pursue for.

Northern Community-Managed Irrigation Sector Project Government of the Lao People's Democratic Republic Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry SDR6, ($10, equivalent) SDR6, ($10, equivalent) PCR:LAO B. Loan Data 1. Appraisal – Date Started – Date Completed 2.

Loan Negotiations – Date Started. The Madhya Pradesh Irrigation Efficiency Improvement Project is designed to support higher irrigation efficiency and expansion of irrigation in Madhya Pradesh.

It will focus on developinghectares of new, highly efficient and climate resilient irrigation networks and productive command area under the Kundalia Irrigation Project. It will also finance a feasibility study. The usually design is based on the lateral being level. If the lateral Evaluation of sprinkler irrigation performance in farmers field.

proceedings of the National Seminar on Micro. Rehabilitation and modernization of the existing Irrigation system–R.K. Jain Use of geospatial technology for irrigation management - Abdul Hakeem K Integrated Irrigation Solutions- Case Studies In India –Somnath Jadhav Modernization of Irrigation Systems in China –Ding Kunlun Limits to improving water use efficiency for waters saving in Indian.

The performance of turf and landscape irrigation systems is generally not well appreciated in quantitative terms. Performance benchmarking is a powerful tool in identifying opportunities for improvement in irrigation techniques and practices.

To achieve effective performance benchmarking, it is essential to have performance. This book has been prepared to help organizations responsible for operation and maintenance of irrigation and drainage systems to develop strategies and prepare plans for proper and effective operation and maintenance.

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It provides the basis for the preparation of manuals necessary for managers and staffs to perform needed activities at the File Size: 6MB.

In his talk at the HORTGRO Science Irrigation Seminar, Du Toit provided basic guidelines, conditions and situations to consider before deciding on installing a drip irrigation system or a micro spray head system.

In both cases, soil properties are a major consideration. In lighter soils, drip irrigation provides water to a narrow strip of Size: KB. Physical performance, evaluated in terms of irrigation ratio and sustainability of irrigated land, were poor.

Under environmental performance studies, no damages such as waterlogging and salinity were detected in the irrigated area through excessive water use.

Keywords: performance evaluation, comparative indicators,irrigation project. Community-Based Irrigation Management in Laos W.R. Iresons IRRIGATION DEVELOPMENT IN THE LAO PDR ACRICUL~ OEYELOPMENT HAS been a priority for the Lao government since the establishment of the Lao PDR in and irrigation has been given an important role in this r, priorities for irrigation development have changed during the intervening fourteen File Size: 73KB.

PROCEEDINGS OF NATIONAL CONFERENCE IRRIGATION RETURN FLOW QUALITY MANAGEMENT Edited by: James P. Law, Jr., Chief Irrigated Agriculture Section Robert S.

Kerr Environmental Research Lab. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Ada, Oklahoma and Gaylord V. Skogerboe, Professor Dept. of Agricultural and Chemical Engrg. Irrigation Water Management Water management is an important element of irrigated whether at the field, farm, irrigation-district, or river-basin level.

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Why Manage Irrigation Water. Irrigation water is managed to conserve water supplies, to reduce water-quality impacts, and to project, or basin level. Conveyance losses include. Collaborative Research on the Improvement of Irrigation Operation and Management: Water Quality Investigations.

Final Report. Submitted to the Council ofAgriculture Agricultural Engineering Research Center Taoyuan Irrigation Research and Development Foundation Environment Greening Foundation and Tsao-Jiin Memorial Foundation for Research and. This new volume, Engineering Interventions in Sustainable Trickle Irrigation: Irrigation Requirements and Uniformity, Fertigation, and Crop Performance, presents valuable research that evaluates crop water and fertigation requirements, examines optimum irrigation and fertigation scheduling, and analyzes the performance of agricultural crops.document of the world bank report no: icr implementation completion and results report (ibrd ida) on a loan ibrd & credit ida in the amount of us$ million & sdr million (total us$ million equivalent) to the arab republic of .IRRIGATION TECH SEMINAR SERIES.

IRRIGATION TECH SEMINAR SERIES. Good Irrigation Planning & Management Means a Profitable Crop. IRRIGATION TECH SEMINAR SERIES.

Flow Rate • Is a volume of water per time, typically expressed as gallons per minute or “GPM” IRRIGATION TECH SEMINAR SERIES. The Required Flow Rate is • Determined by.