Micro-Irrigation In India

Microirrigation refers to the slow application of water on localized volume of soil by surface drip, subsurface drip, bubbler, and microsprinkler systems. Water applies in such irrigation wets a part of the soil so it is also called localized irrigation.
Importance of Micro-irrigation
Today, India is considered to be a water stressed country. We were highly water-surplus in 1950s. This change ha…

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