Gert Jan Bom, Ibrahim Hafeez ur Rehman, David van Raalten, Rajeshwar Mishra, Frank van Steenbergen
Water is the single essential input required to sustain and increase agricultural productivity in India. The country receives about 1200 mm rainfall in an average year1 , yet rainfall throughout India is unevenly distributed and very seasonal in character. Hence, for part of the year, agriculture can only be sustained with irrigation. The agricultural landmass of India is enormous and is close to 39% of all arable land in Asia.
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