What are latest innovations in agricultural water management?

Innovative approaches in agricultural water management can enhance water efficiency, reduce environmental problems and gain an economic advantage. Examples are modernization of irrigation systems and climate smart farming methods.

The innovative sponge that must tackle water stress worldwide

A company affiliated with the Dutch Frisian Water Campus has devised an innovation that should help against water stress worldwide. "Sponsh" absorbs water at...

Conservation technologies help mitigate effects of climate change in India

As India launch a national conference for farmers, the government calls out for scientists to develop water and soil conservation technologies to prevent the...

Balochistan receives grant to improve Irrigation infrastructure

To improve the province's irrigation infrastructure, Balochistan, located in Pakistan, receives a $107 million grant from the Asian Development Bank. Moreover, the fund will provide...

Researchers isolate Fungi for crop growth under drought conditions

Scientists at the Bharathiar University have isolated a fungus that can enhance plant growth in water deficit conditions. The researchers are engaged in studying...

Water ecology researcher shows rice plant’s ability to clean water

The researcher from the USDA-Agricultural Research and Service's Water Ecology introduces a study on rice as a cleaner to farm runoffs. After several tests, he...

Way to Achieve Solutions on Wastewater Management

Building a partnership together, the Taurus Agricultural Marketing and Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies introduce a solution to wastewater management. In particular, Ostara offered a water...

What does water mean for agriculture?

Water is needed for agricultural production, but conversely, agriculture has important consequences for water balance and water quality. Worldwide there is insufficient clean water for food production, water extraction and biodiversity conservation. Even relatively wet countries periodically suffer from drought damage. This problem is getting worse due to climate change. The weather will be characterized by periods with more severe droughts and also periods with flooding. The water quality is threatened by intensive land use and the production of waste water. We are therefore faced with a major challenge to deal with these changes and to jointly ensure that the water system continues to function for food production, drinking water extraction, safe working, living and recreating and maintaining biodiversity.

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