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Degraded Land in Western India
Recommends how best to utilize the degraded lands in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
# 139506 | 2,500 words | 5 sources | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Agricultural Studies (Plant Science) , Agricultural Studies (General)


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The following paper is a recommendation to local government officials in the Indian state of Maharashtra on how best to utilize the degraded lands in that district. The paper specifically focuses on land found within the eastern flanks of the Western Ghats mountain range. The paper compiles information on the area and suggest three alternatives. After considering the options, the introduction/implementation of water harvesting and water spreading technology makes the most sense because it has the greatest prospect of enduring success and because it has the least down-side of the three options.

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"Finding the best use for degraded lands in western India Summary The following paper is a recommendation to local government officials in the Indian state of Maharashtra on how best to utilize the degraded lands in that district - specifically land found within the eastern flanks of the Western Ghats mountain range. The paper will compile information on the area and suggest three alternatives: turning the area into a sugar cane production site; doing nothing more than introducing water harvesting or water-spreading technology; and choosing to maintain the present status quo. After looking at the options, the introduction/implementation of..."

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