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PRODUCTnnrvINCREASETHROUGH SPRINKLER METHODS OF IRRIGATION

Article Id: ARCC4600 | Page : 50 - 52
Citation :- PRODUCTnnrvINCREASETHROUGH SPRINKLER METHODS OF IRRIGATION.Agricultural Science Digest.2005.(25):50 - 52
P.S. Shekhawat*, R.C. Sharma and K.C. Naagar**
Address : Department of Agricultural Economics, SKN. College of Agriculture, Jobner - 132001, India

Abstract

The study revealed that the average productivity of the selected crops was significantly higher on sprinkler farms than on non-sprinkler farms. The overall increase in average productivity on sprinkler farms over non-farms was 22.24 per cent in groundnut 25.37 per cent in wheat, 22.34 per cent in barley and 13.79 per cent in pea.

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