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Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci.2018.7(2): 1540-1546
DOI: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2018.702.185


Feasibility of Pressurized Irrigation in Canal Command Area of Samrat Ashok Sagar Project a Case Study
Shiv Singh Basediya, S.K. Pyasi, R.N. Shrivastava and S.K. Sharma
Department of Soil and Water Engineering, J.N. K. V. V., Jabalpur, India
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Abstract:

A huge amount has been invested on irrigation project but these project are not achieving the target most of these hence the very low water productivity ranging wet been 0.52-0.72 kg/m3 and 30-50 irrigation efficiency lining of the canal and transpiring the management to WUA also could not result in this scenario. Application pressurized irrigation in place of surface irrigation since to be a solution. feasibility of pressurized irrigation system the characters like awareness of farmers, technical knowledge, attitude, adoption of willingness, purchasing capacity and of farmers were consider and analyzed through Chi square test and it was found that type of farmers and there awareness, technical knowledge, attitude, adoption of willingness and purchasing capacity of farmers dependent on each other that is the large farmer could have the different awareness, technical knowledge, attitude, willingness of adoption and purchasing capacity than marginal, small and medium farmers. On the basis of this it is concluded that pressurized irrigation system is feasible for RBC command area. Result of these trails so enhancement of water productivity in the range flood to border (0.67-0.74), flood to sprinkler (0.67-0.1.27) and border to sprinkler (0.74-1.27).


Keywords: Canal irrigation, Canal command area, Water productivity, Pressurized irrigation
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Shiv Singh Basediya, S.K. Pyasi, R.N. Shrivastava and Sharma, S.K. 2018. Feasibility of Pressurized Irrigation in Canal Command Area of Samrat Ashok Sagar Project a Case Study.Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 7(2): 1540-1546. doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2018.702.185