Improving water productivity in the Tadla region of Morocco

Published Date
December 31, 2011
Type
Book Chapter
Improving water productivity in the Tadla region of Morocco
Authors:
Mohamed Boutfirass
Mohammed Karrou, Abdeljabar Bahri, Theib Oweis, Bogachan Benli

The main objective of the project is the adoption by farming communities of strategies and tested technologies that optimize the conjunctive use of rainwater and scarce water resources in supplemental irrigation systems for improved and sustainable water productivity in rainfed areas.

Citation:
Mohamed Boutfirass, Mohammed Karrou, Abdeljabar Bahri, Theib Oweis, Bogachan Benli. (31/12/2011). Improving water productivity in the Tadla region of Morocco, in ". Improving water and land productivities in rainfed systems. Community-Based Optimization of the Management of Scarce Water Resources in Agriculture in CWANA. Report no. 8". Aleppo, Syria: International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (ICARDA).
Keywords:
rangeland
benchmark sites
water
drought
land use
farming systems
crop improvement
impact assessment
water productivity
water use efficiency