Water productivity of irrigated crops in Sirsa district, India

J.C. van Dam, R.S. Malik

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Major issues with respect to water management in Sirsa district are waterlogging and salinization in areas with saline groundwater and over-exploitation of groundwater in areas with fresh groundwater. The present crop yield increase of the major crops in Sirsa district is marginal. Recent studies show that water is the main limiting factor to increase the crop yields. In order to identify the main water losses, an extensive WAter PROductivity study (WATPRO) has been performed in Sirsa district
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationS.l.
Number of pages173
Publication statusPublished - 2003


  • irrigation
  • plant water relations
  • salinity
  • crop yield
  • crops
  • remote sensing
  • models
  • irrigated farming
  • india

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