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Irrigation water requirement and water withdrawal by country


Introduction Irrigated crop calendars Irrigation water requirement
Irrigation water withdrawal Discussion Conclusions Tables and References

Tables

arrow Table 1:  Example of an irrigated crop calendar
arrow Table 2a: Areas equipped for irrigation and cropping intensity by region
arrow Table 2b: Areas equipped for irrigation by region (in %)
arrow Table 3a: Irrigated harvested crop areas by region (in hectares)
arrow Table 3b: Irrigated harvested crop areas (in % of total irrigated crops)
arrow Table 3c: Irrigated harvested crop areas (in % of specific irrigated crops)
arrow Table 3d: Irrigated harvested cereal areas by region (in hectares)
arrow Table 3e: Irrigated harvested cereal areas (in % of total irrigated cereals)
arrow Table 4:  Water requirement ratio by country
arrow Table 5:  Water requirement ratio by region

Annexes

arrow Crop coefficient
arrow Country groupings
arrow Irrigated crop calendars

References

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