Technological modernization in irrigated agriculture: factors for sustainability in developing countries
Technology has much to offer to irrigated agriculture in developing countries. Many technological advances have been introduced into practice in these countries. National governments have often played an important role in this process by investing in modern equipment needed by their irrigation districts. Computers, meteorological monitoring stations, and GIS, to mention just a few examples, are used in transferred irrigation districts ranging from large to small, in different climatological and hydrological settings, and by users of varying degrees of education. At first glance, all this would ...
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