Irrigation investment trends in Sri Lanka: new construction and beyond
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- Aluwihare, P. B. & Kikuchi, M., 1991. "Irrigation investment trends in Sri Lanka: new construction and beyond," IWMI Books, Reports H009282, International Water Management Institute.
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KeywordsInvestment; Water management; Rehabilitation; Rice; Crop Production/Industries; Farm Management;
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