Good agricultural practices during global warming and drought: Prof H M Desarda

Prof H M Desarda is a former member of Maharashtra State Planning Commission

 
Last Updated: Wednesday 11 May 2016 | 06:09:33 AM

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  • Its important that micro irrigation for small farmers should be funded by the govt on clister basis. These farmers should be taught rain water harvesting. MANREGA and NAREGA funds should be utilised for small checkdams to conserve water at all village levels. Existing reserviors needs desilting. In Satana taluka of nashik i did these work in 11 reservior and 36 villages were benefited due to percolation effect since last 3 years. Most of the reserviors are not deselted for years.

    Posted by: Satyajitsinh Gaekwad | 2 years ago | Reply