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Book: Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures 19th Edition by Santosh Kumar Garg

Book: Irrigation Engineering and Hydraulic Structures 19th Edition by Santosh Kumar Garg
Water is the greatest resource of humanity. It not only helps in survival but also helps in making life comfortable and luxurious. Besides various other uses of water, the largest use of water in the world is made for irrigating lands. Irrigation, infact, is nothing but "a continuous and a reliable water supply to the different crops in accordance with their different needs". When sufficient and timely water does not become available to the crops, the crops fade away, resulting in lesser crop yield, consequently creating famines and disasters. Irrigation can, thus, save us from such disasters.

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