Agricultural water management in China

Agricultural water management in China

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Although agriculture is the largest water user, the revenues from irrigation water supply account for only 10% ofthe total income(in 1999). During 2003. ... Repair and maintenance expenditure declined over the same period. The current ... 2005). From a company perspective, this implies the ability to renew its asset base when the current assets reach the end of their economic life. ... Adoption was also facilitated by translating all software interfaces and user manuals into Chinese.

Title:Agricultural water management in China
Author: Ian R. Willett, Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research
Publisher: - 2006

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