Managing Water Resources for Environmentally Sustainable Irrigated Agriculture in Pakistan

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Muhammad Afzal;
  • Journal: The Pakistan Development Review, volume 35, issue 4, pages 977-988

Pakistan’s agriculture is almost wholly dependent on irrigation and irrigated land supplies more than 90 percent of agricultural production. Irrigation is central to Pakistan’s economy. Massive investments in irrigation contributed to the development of one of the large... View more
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