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Tackling Water Scarcity in Bangladesh – A Lesson from the Country’s Rice Fields

Nasima Tanveer Chowdhury

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Abstract: In many parts of Bangladesh water scarcity is a seasonal problem. An assessment is done to understand whether water is being used efficiently for the cultivation of one of the most important food crops in the country, boro rice.

Keywords: boro rice; bangladesh; water; scarcity; seasonal; cultivation; food; crops; agricultural water use (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2010-10
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