Author(s): Kijne, J; Barron, J.; Hoff, H.; Rockström, J.; Karlberg, L.; Gowing, J.; Wani, S.P.; Wichelns, D.
In: Kijne, J., J. Barron, H. Hoff, J. Rockström, L. Karlberg, J. Gowing, S.P. Wani, D. Wichelns (2009). Opportunities to increase water productivity in agriculture with special reference to Africa and South Asia. Stockholm: SEI. SEI project report.
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Opportunities to increase water productivity in agriculture with special reference to Africa and South Asia
- There is a large potential to improve water productivity through improved and known water and land management practices, says co-author Jennie Barron. Water productivity is a measure of the amount of water needed to generate an amount of produce.
Water stress is increasing in a number of countries, and regions are moving into water stressed conditions that render livelihood support from crops, livestock and ecosystems critically difficult.
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