2 edition of Water utilization and agricultural development in Western Uttar Pradesh found in the catalog.
Water utilization and agricultural development in Western Uttar Pradesh
Gupta, V. K.
by Agro-Industrial Complex Study Group, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre in Bombay
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by V. K. Gupta, P. S. George, and V. R. Gaikwad.|
|Contributions||George, P. S. 1939- joint author., Gaikwad, V. R., 1933- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||S616.I4 G86|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||271 p. :|
|Number of Pages||271|
|LC Control Number||76929512|
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The present study has examined the structure, determinants and efficiency of groundwater markets and has suggested policy options for the realization of equitable benefits from this resource in Western Uttar Pradesh. It is observed that a large proportion (82 %) of the farm holdings enter into one or the other form of water market : D.R. Singh and R.P. Singh. Society for integrated sustainable development: OP $ SGP GEF/IND/OP2/04/UP/ To support Sustainable livelihood through a community managed center utilizing agave (RamBans), and Bamboo species for land development in Ranipokhari (Uttaranchal) and Anwarpur (Uttar Pradesh) Multifocal: Crafts Council: OP $ SGP GEF.
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This book focuses on irrigation sources together with water management for agricultural development in Uttar Pradesh state of India. Being the most populous state of the country, it bears a burden of feeding about million people of which major section relies on agriculture for their subsistence.
This study makes comparison in the growth trends in the irrigated area, crop land use. The Taj Mahal is located here, yet many in Uttar Pradesh suffer from unsafe water. More Than 20 Million in Need Located in Northern India, Uttar Pradesh is the country’s most populated state with over million people.
development objectives of the proposed Uttar Pradesh Water Sector Reform Program (figure in S2) are: Ghaghra-(i) to increase productivity of Gomti Basin water (ii) to increase and sustain EA agricultural productivity, and (iii) to improve the living standards of the rural poor Project Details: These objectives would be achieved by a series of File Size: 1MB.
Singh and Singh, found that cost of irrigation was low for water buyer small and marginal farmers in Western Uttar Pradesh. Therefore, the development of groundwater markets in the region may. The economics of Uttar Pradesh is based mainly on Agriculture and round 65 % of the total population is dependent on Agriculture.
Contribution of agriculture sector is significant in Economic development of the state. According to the survey ofapproximately lac hectare (%) land is used for cultivation. water and replenishable groundwater is 1, cubic km. Out of this only 60 per cent can be put to beneficial uses.
Thus, the total utilisable water resource in the country is only 1, cubic km. Surface Water Resources There are four major sources of surface water. These are rivers, lakes, ponds, and tanks. In the country, there are ab riversFile Size: KB. In Punjab, Haryana and Western Uttar Pradesh more than 85 per cent of their net sown area is under irrigation.
Wheat and rice are grown mainly with the help of irrigation in these states. Of the total net irrigated area per cent in Punjab and per cent in. The central government of India sposored Haryali and it is a watershed development project.
Neeru-Meeru (Water and You) programme (in Andhra Pradesh) and Arvary Pani Sansad (in Alwar, Rajasthan) have taken up constructions of various water harvesting structures such as percolation tanks, dug out ponds, check dams etc.
Water Resources. Now across India if you look there are various reasons because of which the land is degraded or the quality of the land is deteriorating, now if we look on to the northern belt that’s the Punjab, Haryana and the western Uttar Pradesh it’s mainly because of over irrigation or over supply of water, however in parts of Rajasthan, Madhya.
Table Animal treated by Animal Department in Uttar Pradesh 30 Table Dairy in Uttar Pradesh 30 Table Growth of Fisheries in Uttar Pradesh 30 Table Total No. of Ponds (Village Panchayat), Area, Production & Productivity of Fish in Uttar Pradesh 30 Table Egg, Wool and Meat Production in Uttar Pradesh 31File Size: KB.
The present study has examined the structure, determinants and efficiency of groundwater markets and has suggested policy options for the realization of equitable benefits from this resource in Western Uttar Pradesh. It is observed that a large proportion (82 %) of the farm holdings enter into one or the other form of water market activities.
The government of India has launched crop diversification scheme in the original green revolution areas of Punjab, Haryana and Western Uttar Pradesh. Under Crop Diversification Programme assistance is provided to states for conducting cluster demonstrations on alternate crops, promotion of water saving technologies, distribution of farm machinery, and awareness through training.
Fleisher et al. () pointed out that temperature is more important source of uncertainty in potato crop models than CO 2 and northern states like Punjab and Western Uttar Pradesh.
Crop Water Requirement, Water Productivity and Comparative Advantage of Crop Production in Different Regions of Uttar Pradesh, India Maina Kumari1*, O.P. Singh1 and Dinesh Chand Meena2 1Department of Agricultural Economics, Institute of Agricultural Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi -Uttar Pradesh, IndiaFile Size: KB.
Canal irrigation water regimes for Food Production in the Eastern Uttar Pradesh (India) Raj Mani and R.B. Gautam* N.D. University of Agriculture and Technology, Faizabad (UP) *Email: [email protected] Abstract Water resources have been recognized as a limiting factor in development of most of the semi arid regions.
OptimalFile Size: KB. The utilisation of water is expected to be to BCM by the year Though “the present utilisation level is only about 5 (3 per cent, the availability of water is highly irregular. It is not available in places of need, at times of need and required quantities. Water and Agriculture in India “Status, Challenges and Possible Options for Action” 1.
Introduction Water is a critical input into agriculture in nearly all its aspects having a determining effect on the eventual yield.
Good seeds and fertilizers fail to achieve their full potential if. Singh AL, Salvia L () Utilization of water resources for agricultural purposes in western Uttar Pradesh.
Indian J Reg Sci 25(1)–58 Google Scholar Singh DR, Singh RP () Structure, determinants and efficiency of groundwater markets in western Uttar : Suman Lata.
Uttar Pradesh Water Sector Restructuring Project Phase-II ntroduction. Water is very important in our agriculture dominant country. Water is the base of plant and human life. We the human beings, animals and plant get life from water. Though there is 75% water on the earth, drinking water is only 1%.
Water utilization and agricultural environment. Water Utilization. In the arid regions of China, water utilization has a long history because of irrigation agriculture. Since the Han Dynasty ( B.C. A.D.), the regions have been opened up on a large scale.
MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO WATER UTILIZATION IN AGRICULTURE- A CASE STUDY OF ANDHRA PRADESH A. Anil Reddy CHAPTER-I INTRODUCTION The economy of any country is resource based.
Man has used his technical skills and knowledge in utilizing the resources in one way or the other. Resources, in.Uttar Pradesh is home to a sixth of India’s population but much of its soil is high in sodium. Before the start of the sodic land reclamation project in the state, about million hectares land was estimated to be wasteland out of which million hectares was sodic land.
Usar land development in Uttar Pradesh. Image courtesy: Uttar Pradesh Bhumi Sudhar Nigam.Water for Growth, People and Environment India (National and State of Uttar Pradesh) The Challenge • Population growth and rapid urbanization in the Ganga basin, which covers more than a quarter of India’s land and is home to million people, have placed unprecedented stress on water resources, leading.