Available online: http://www.fao.org/docrep/016/i2800e/i2800e.pdf
Pasquale Steduto ; Theodore C. Hsiao ; Elias Fereres ; Dirk Raes ; Food and Agriculture Organization (Rome, Italia)Published by: FAO ; 2012
Food production and water use are inextricably linked. Water has always been the main factor limiting crop production in much of the world where rainfall is insufficient to meet crop demand. With the ever-increasing competition for finite water resources worldwide and the steadily rising demand for agricultural commodities, the call to improve the efficiency and productivity of water use for crop production, to ensure future food security and address the uncertainties associated with climate change, has never been more urgent.
Collection(s) and Series: FAO irrigation and drainage paper- No. 66
Format: Digital (Free)
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