3 edition of Irrigation management for crop diversification in Sri Lanka found in the catalog.
Irrigation management for crop diversification in Sri Lanka
C. R. Panabokke
Includes bibliographical references (p. 53-54).
|Series||Country paper, Sri Lanka / International Irrigation Management Institute ;, no. 3, IIMI country paper, Sri Lanka ;, no. 3.|
|LC Classifications||TC904.7 .P36 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 54 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||91901284|
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Panabokke, C. Irrigation management for crop diversification in Sri Lanka: a synthesis in current research. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Irrigation Management Institute (IIMI).
xv, 54p. (IIMI Country Paper Sri Lanka 3)Cited by: 3. 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 – Author: Senen M Miranda.
Panabokke, C. R., "Irrigation management for crop diversification in Sri Lanka: a synthesis in current research," IWMI Books, Reports H, International.
IIMI. SLFO & Sri Lanka. Irrigation Department. Irrigation Management Division & Sri Lanka. Department of Agriculture, "Technical Assistance Study (T.A SRI).Irrigation Management and Crop Diversification (Sri Lanka) - Phase II: Seasonal report - Kirindi Oya, Maha /92," IWMI Books, Reports H, International Water Management Institute.
Mianda, Senen M. Irrigation management for crop diversification in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka: A synthesis of IIMI's research. Colombo, Sri Lanka. ZE EOp x~. Crop diversification strategies for minor irrigation schemes: Proceedings of the workshop organized by the Irrigation Research Management Unit, Irrigation Department and the Sri Lanka National Program, International Irrigation Management Institute, held at the Irrigation Department, Colombo, Sri.
Agriculture – Sri Lanka 2. Irrigation – Sri Lanka ISBN Price Please address orders to: Institute of Policy Studies 99 St Michael’s Road, Colombo 3, Sri Lanka Tel: +94 1Fax: +94 1 Email: [email protected] Size: 3MB. 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) Jan 1, Irrigation Systems Management Under Diversified Cropping in Sri Lanka: A Multiple Objective Economic Assessment on Performance of Main system Water Management (Full thesis available in Author: Hemesiri Kotagama.
Table of Contents Foreword Highlights of the Opening Session Section I: Special Papers on Irrigation Diversification Chapter 1. Some Highlights of IIMl’s Research on Irrigation Management for Crop Diversification in Indonesia, the Phillippines, and Sri Lanka Senen M.
Miranda Chapter 2. Diversified Cropping in Rice Fields in South Korea:File Size: 2MB. The rehabilitation of Sri Lanka's extensive ancient irrigation network and massive new investment in construction and maintenance of irrigation infrastructure led to a large increase in the area under rice cultivation.
Betweenthe area used to grow rice increased 6. Irrigation and India's crop-milk agrarian economy: a simple recursive model and some early results. Winds of change in ancient irrigation civilization of Sri Lanka’s north central dry zone.
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National workshop on Crop Diversification in the Philippines, IIMI, Sri Lanka, Gonzales-Intal, M.A. and J. Valera. Successful crop diversification in irrigated rice farms: Development of a cognitive decision making model. Irrigation use in Ethiopia dates back several centuries, and continues to be an integral part of Ethiopian agriculture.
In Ethiopia, modern irrigation began in the s through private and government-owned schemes in the middle Awash Valley where big sugar, fruit and cotton state farms are found [1,2,9,10].In Ethiopia, irrigation development is a priority for agricultural transformation, but Cited by: Scope.
To a layman 'farm management' probably means just that - a body of activities and procedures carried out by a farmer in the ongoing management of his or her farm and for which advice may be available from professional specialists in farm management.
1 To an extent this is correct (as per farm management in Field A of Section ) but, more broadly, farm management as considered. SinceSri Lanka experienced the worst drought in 40 years, which resulted in a significant decline in rice paddy production—the lowest in the last ten years.
The drought impacted 20 out of 25 districts and led to overall significant crop losses, increased debt levels, and reduced agricultural labour Location: Sri Lanka.
Crop diversification leads to reduction of water scarcity problems and income inequality in irrigation systems. Irrigated areas have been witnessing a slow diversification from paddy to other field crops (OFC) during yala season. It is noted that other than descriptive comparison of the diversification potential in irrigation systems, no research effort has been made to compare agricultural Cited by: 4.
The history of irrigation development in post-independence Sri Lanka is presented. The agricultural policies from through the s are explored and the impact investment in irrigation schemes had on the agricultural sector and on the national economy is examined. Issues and problems associated with irrigation schemes are discussed and options for future investment in irrigation and.
Sri Lanka is an island country in the Indian Ocean with an area of about 6, ha. The southern center of the island is dominated by highlands with about twelve high mountain peaks over 2, m (Imbulana et al., ). Ministry of Agriculture Sri Lanka. Hon. Vidura Wickramanayake, State Minister of Agriculture is on an Hon.
State Minister of Agriculture Vidura Wickramanayake visited (on ) Hallana Village of Kesel Henawa in Divisional Secretariat Division of Madurawala in the Kalutara District to look into the problems faced by farmers who are engaged in paddy cultivation.
Mendis DLO () Environment and conflict: a Kuhnian paradigm-based approach to understanding some socio-cultural and economic causes of problems and conflicts in modern irrigation projects in southern Sri Lanka.
In: Water for people and nature. Ministry of Irrigation and Water Management, Sri Lanka, pp 95– Google ScholarAuthor: Sanjiv de Silva, Mohamed Aheeyar, Indika Arulingam, Herath Manthrithilake.SRI LANKA - A severe drought followed by heavy rainfalls in Sri Lanka has hit large swaths of cropping areas, threatening the food security of somepeople, according to a report published yesterday (22 June) by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP).