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Water crisis stare JammuitesMarch 12, 2018 - Daily Excelsior
Supply of water on wheels, freshly dug tube wells and water supply schemes like one in Sitlee put together are failing to cater to ever growing demand of water in Jammu. On the onset of summers Public Health Engineering (PHE) engineers have started...
One Drop at a TimeMarch 12, 2018 - TheTower.org
Using pipes, small holes, and narrow plastic tubes, he believed he could build a device that delivered water directly to the base of the plant. The kibbutz hoped he was right. Most of Israel's academics, farmers, and government officials, however, were...
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Introductory HorticultureCengage Learning. 2018
This competency-based, introductory horticulture book is now in its sixth edition. Written in an easy-to-read, engaging style, it enables users to measure their progress. This book includes numerous illustrations to help reinforce written material. It provides a thorough introduction to the world of horticulture. This latest edition includes new chapters on water gardens, dish gardens, and prairie gardens for the more adventuresome gardener.
Governance of WaterSAGE Publications India. 2008
An oft-quoted, modern adage is that the next major global conflict will be over water. In many areas of the world the present is already marked by an uneasy competition among different water users and use sectors, often leading to conflicts. India particularly stands on the brink of an uncertain future, its ever-growing population putting pressure on its increasingly meagre water resources. Governance of Water: Institutional Alternatives and Political Economy is a timely, relevant book that makes a case for reforming water governance in India through not only re-orientating policy priorities and approaches, but also restructuring the institutional framework away from the state and village dichotomy. The book has eminent scholars explore the issue from various angles—neo-classical and...