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Status of minor irrigation technology use in Bangladesh

A. K. Sharifullah

Status of minor irrigation technology use in Bangladesh

by A. K. Sharifullah

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Published by Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development in Comilla .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementA.K. Sharifullah, M.A. Hamid.
ContributionsHamid, Mohammad Abdul., Bāṃlādeśa Pallī Unnaẏana Ekāḍemi.
The Physical Object
Pagination70 p. :
Number of Pages70
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3709802M
ISBN 109845591388
LC Control Number2003307098
OCLC/WorldCa52270026

  Bangladesh has a large and growing population that will demand more food and place greater pressure on resources. Dry season irrigated Boro rice production is important for national food security. Dry season irrigation mainly uses groundwater, but the extent of its use is not well known. We assessed groundwater use and water productivity of Boro in the northwest region of Bangladesh . series provides that current technology. Irrigation Guide, Part , is a guide. It describes the basics and process for planning, designing, evaluating, and managing irrigation systems. It pro-vides the process for states to supplement the guide with local soils, crops, and irrigation water requirement information needed to plan, design, evalu-.

Development of irrigation and Government Policy during the Plan Period: At the beginning of planning in India in irrigation schemes were divided into three categories – Major, costing more than Rs 5 crore each; medium costing individually between Rs. 10 lakh Rs. 5 crore each; and minor, costing less than Rs 10 lakh each. , and D.E. Parker (): "Pump level performance of minor irrigation: STWs and LLPs", Study on Privatization of Minor Irrigation in Bangladesh, International Irrigation Management Institute, Sri Lanka, pp. (): “Challenges for the agricultural economists in the coming decades”.

2. Ahmmed, S., Ziauddin, ATM and Farouk, S.M. () Status of Demand and Manufacturing of Agricultural Machinery in Bangladesh. Accepted for publication in Journal of Agricultural Mechanization in Asia, Africa and Latin America (AMA), Japan. March   FOR OFFICLAL USE ONLY Report No.: IMPLEMENTATION COMPLETION REPORT BANGLADESH NATIONAL MINOR IRRIGATION DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (CRBD) J Rural Development Sector Unit Soutlh Asia Region This document has a restricted distribution and may be used by recipients only in the performance of their official duties.


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Status of minor irrigation technology use in Bangladesh by A. K. Sharifullah Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bangladesh - National Minor Irrigation Development Project (English) Abstract. The project's primary objective is to promote growth in agriculture through increased private investment in minor irrigation development.

This will be achieved by: (a) providing wider and more equitable access to minor irrigation through the introduction. Bangladesh - National Minor Irrigation Development Project (English) Details. Document Date /08/13 ; Document Type Implementation Completion Report Review; Disclosure Status Disclosed Doc Name Bangladesh - National Minor Irrigation Development Project; Keywords.

irrigation;surface irrigation. Minor irrigation facilities play an important role in crop production. The net cultivable land of Bangladesh is about million ha, of which about million ha are considered irrigable. Of the total irrigated area (about million ha) inminor irrigation alone covered more than 92%.

In Bangladesh about 94% of the irrigated land is under small and minor Irrigation. According to recent survey water is being lifted in this country through(23march, National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh) DTWs: 26, nos.

STWs: 4,69, nos. Low lift pumps: 56, nos. Manual pumps: 1,42, nos. Indigenous water lifting devices: 5. This study aimed to provide information regarding available energy, to assess its use and needs, and to identify shortages of energy in the existing mechanized irrigation technology used in Bangladesh, where the practice of irrigation technology has a significant impact on both direct and indirect energy uses.

Cited by: 3. NORTHEAST MINOR IRRIGATION PROJECT (Loan BAN[SF]) IN BANGLADESH April CURRENCY EQUIVALENTS Currency Unit – taka (Tk) At Appraisal (September ) At Project Completion (March ) At Operations Evaluation (November ) Tk = $ $ $ $ = Tk Tk Tk The detail objectives of the minor irrigation survey are outlined as follows: To assess the present trend and status of minor irrigation system; To assess the present status of diesel & electric driven minor irrigation equipment in terms of numbers & types such as Deep Tube Well, Low Lift Pump & Shallow Tube Well.

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Report provides an overview of the current state of agriculture and irrigation sectors of Kyrgyzstan, the analysis of experience in application of different irrigation methods in the Republic.

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Water use Efficiency in Bangladesh Agriculture: Management and Water charging issues minor irrigation sector development. The groundwater based minor irrigation using DTW and irrigation” technology that protects crops, human and animal lives from flood.

In the large scale projects, the areas supplied by irrigation were significantly. and will be discussed in section The privat e sector is the groundwater irrigation using minor irrigation devices to be dealt with in section Public sector In Bangladesh irrigation is mainly for boro rice production in addition to wheat and some other winter crops.

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Students of other related branches of engineering sciences, and. causing anxiety for the expanded irrigation system in the area. This study has identified some key factors which create impediments to sustainability of groundwater use for irrigation, and relevent policies have been suggested to sustainable use of groundwater in northwest region of Bangladesh.

Methods. Abstract This paper describes the development process of modern irrigation technology in respect to water saving and management of water resources in Bangladesh.

The cultivable land has declined. Agricultural Administration 17 () Provision of Irrigation Services by the LandlessAn Approach to Agrarian Reform in Bangladesh Geoffrey D. Wood School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Bath, Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7AY, Great Britain (Received: 15 August, ) SUMMARY The rural areas of Bangladesh are dominated by landless labourers whose.

Irrigation History of Bangladesh Insystematic irrigation stated in Bangladesh with the introduction of low lift pumps & DTWs by the government employer Hasina Hamid Khan in Comilla district. STWs came into operation afterBangladesh has a land area of about million hector of which million ha(64%) are under cultivation.

yield through the use of modem technology and improved cultural practices along with the increased use of HYV seeds. In Bangladesh, only percent of net cultivable land remain as current fallow, which means that there is hardly any increasing cultivable land.

Currently, cropping intensity is around percent. Bangladesh; Belarus - In Ecuador, just % of farmland has localized irrigation. This technology enables smallholder farmers to optimize water usage and efficiently supplies crops with enough water for their development, reducing waste of this valuable and increasingly scarce resource.

Irrigation is the application of controlled amounts of water to plants at needed intervals. Irrigation helps to grow agricultural crops, maintain landscapes, and revegetate disturbed soils in dry areas and during periods of less than average rainfall. Irrigation also has other uses in crop production, including frost protection, suppressing weed growth in grain fields and preventing soil.

Agricultural. All of the technical papers presented in can be downloaded as a single PDF by clicking here. Ogallala Aquifer Program Center Pivot Irrigation Technology Transfer Effort | F. Lamm, D. Porter; Discussion of Why VRI May Not Being Used to Its Full Potential | J.

LaRue; Evaluation of Variable Rate Irrigation in Humid Region | R. Sui; Site-specific Irrigation Management of.In the Kharif season apart from rice, sesame (til), cowpea, sorghum (jowar) and some millets (cheena, kaon, bajra, etc) are grown. However, in the Rabi season boro rice, wheat, maize, cheena, kaon, oilseeds and pulse crops are grown extensively.

About 56% of the wheat crop is rain-fed.The use of less irrigation was associated with the reduction of irrigation cost by 12 to 15% implying a clear advantage of A WD irrigation to the resource poor farmers.