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Several ways to satisfy future food demands with the world's available land and water resources have been introduced by different researchers and scholars e.g. expanding rainfed croplands or enhancing rainfed agricultural management, expanding irrigated area, improving irrigated area management and promoting agricultural trade, etc. The best solution for improving food production in emerging and least developed countries (especially Afghanistan and Uzbekistan) located in the arid regions is to improve the level of irrigation service. Due to the low level of service in surface irrigation…mehr

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Several ways to satisfy future food demands with the world's available land and water resources have been introduced by different researchers and scholars e.g. expanding rainfed croplands or enhancing rainfed agricultural management, expanding irrigated area, improving irrigated area management and promoting agricultural trade, etc. The best solution for improving food production in emerging and least developed countries (especially Afghanistan and Uzbekistan) located in the arid regions is to improve the level of irrigation service. Due to the low level of service in surface irrigation systems of selected countries production of crops is quite below their potential.
Autorenporträt
Wais Ur Rahman, MSc. in Water Science Engineering (WSE),(specialization Hydraulic Engineering Land and Water Development), UNESCO-IHE, Delft, The Netherlands Currently Team Leader for Project management Unite for Dam Projects, Ministry of Energy and Water, Afghanistan