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Theoretically well-conceived and operationally ill-operated water management systems: a case study from India

Theoretically well-conceived and operationally ill-operated water management systems: a case study from India

Irrigation: Theory and Practice: 742-756

The poor performance of irrigation systems is discussed, particularly the inadequate attention paid by designers to water distribution to farmers below the outlet point on the side of distributory canals. With this in view a research project has been initiated in the Hemavathy Command, one of the major irrigation projects in Karnataka State, India.

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