Tackling Water Scarcity in Bangladesh â€“ A Lesson from the Countryâ€™s Rice Fields
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.
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