2 edition of Energy price levels and the economics of irrigation found in the catalog.
Energy price levels and the economics of irrigation
Bruce B. Johnson
|Statement||by Bruce B. Johnson and Philip A. Henderson.|
|Series||Report - Department of Agricultural Economics ; no. 79a, Report (University of Nebraska--Lincoln. Dept. of Agricultural Economics) ;, No. 79a.|
|Contributions||Henderson, Philip A., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HD1739.N2 J64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 26 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||77624353|
The economy of Sudan has boomed on the back of increases in oil production, high oil prices, and large inflows of foreign direct investment until the second half of GDP growth registered more than 10% per year in and From to date, Sudan has been working with the IMF to implement macroeconomic reforms, including a managed float of the exchange cy: Sudanese pound (SDG). As competition intensified and water sources became limited, successful irrigation farmers reduced labor input and increased application efficiency of their irrigation. Sprinkler systems, such as the center pivot, enabled them to do both. While energy costs were low, the economic feasibility of sprinkler irrigation was sound. But energy costs have risen without comparable increases in prices Cited by:
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Rising energy prices and the economics of water in agriculture David Zilbermana,*, and inenergy for irrigation accounted for between 4 and 25% of groundwater system production costs. Groundwater is a dominant form of irrigation in regions like China and India.
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These studies do not consider any market based solution and economic good as suggested by Dublin Statements, it can be easily added to these. Irrigation pumping is a major expense of agricultural operations, especially in arid/semi-arid areas that extract large amounts of water from deep groundwater resources.
Studying and improving pumping efficiencies can have direct impacts on farm net profits and on the amount of greenhouse gases (GHG) emitted from pumping plants. In this study, the overall pumping efficiency (OPE), the GHG Cited by: 2.
Micro-level water management choices Land allocation to irrigation at the farm level Irrigation technology choice at the farm level Productivity of water Existence of low-capital efﬁcient irrigation technologies Regional allocation of water The basic economics of oversized water projects Total irrigation costs (annual and variable costs, excluding labour and energy costs) was US$ 1 /ha for the sprinkler system; US$ 1 /ha for the drip irrigation system; US$1 /ha with the surface system and US$ 2 /ha with the collector well system (Table 10).
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