Social impact of technical innovations: study of organic cotton and low cost drip irrigation in the agrarian economy of West Nirmar Region
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- Shah, Tushaar & Verma, Shilp & Bhamoriya, Vaibhav & Ghosh, Santanu & Sakthivadivel, Ramaswamy, 2005. "Social impact of technical innovations: study of organic cotton and low cost drip irrigation in the agrarian economy of West Nirmar Region," IWMI Books, Reports H038084, International Water Management Institute.
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KeywordsIrrigated farming; Cotton; Drip irrigation; Water conservation; Research projects; Data collection; Farming systems; Social aspects; Economic impact; Farm Management; Production Economics; Public Economics; Research Methods/ Statistical Methods; Resource /Energy Economics and Policy;
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