Capacity building for the practice of irrigated agriculture
Irrigated agriculture is sustainable when irrigation experts join with other community members to develop and apply sound principles and practices in the common interest. Necessary and sufficient principles and practices are presented as an action map consisting of two parts: 1) nine essential processes - ecological, administrative, accounting, educational, integrative, scientific, marketing, entrepreneurial, and service processes; and 2) a development spiral that, when institutionalized, matures into an achievement cycle. When these tools are applied according to a proven protocol, significant ...
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