We use irrigation to grow our crops.

But how do we make sure our water is not being used for drinking, agriculture, or industrial purposes?

And how do the systems we have in place prevent the overflow of our reservoirs and aquifers?

In India, we have an annual irrigation bill for irrigation.

It is estimated that it costs around Rs 20,000 crore.

The annual bill is a function of the amount of water we use in the year, but also the amount that is saved by our water conservation scheme.

The average water saving by an irrigation system in India is around 30 per cent.

This is the result of a system of voluntary conservation.

In an ideal situation, we would have an optimal system of irrigation, which would make use of every inch of the water we have, but this can be very difficult in India where the rainfall cycle is erratic and seasonal.

Our water-saving scheme does not guarantee that we will get enough water in a given year.

In the Indian states of Maharashtra, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat and West Bengal, the water savings in the years 2013-14 to 2019-20 are estimated at 30-40 per cent, according to a report by the water department of these states.

However, the average rainfall is uneven in these states and this can lead to high levels of infiltration.

This means that we need to monitor the infiltration of our irrigation systems.

In these states, we are also required to take action to improve the drainage.

The water-reuse strategy of the state government in Maharashtra and the government in Uttar Pradesh has led to a lot of improvement in the drainage of the reservoirs and the aquifering system.

In some states, the government is also spending Rs 1,000 crores to install water-harvesting equipment in irrigation systems to prevent leakage of water.

But how do these water-efficient irrigation systems prevent overflows of our reservoir and aquifer?

This is a difficult question, and we are not quite sure how to answer this.

There is no one answer to this question.

If a state manages to ensure a good drainage system, it will be the same in all the states.

But if we can’t manage this efficiently in one state, then we can at least try to improve it in another.

In a water-rich state like Kerala, the situation is not as clear.

A study by the government of Kerala on the water-efficiency of the irrigation systems in Kerala showed that in 2017-18, Kerala managed to improve its irrigation efficiency by 18 per cent by installing more than 4,500 irrigation systems that were capable of irrigating at least 15,000 acre-feet of water, which is equivalent to 10,000 Olympic swimming pools.

In terms of rainfall, this means that the state managed to save 15 per cent of its annual rainfall by using less water.

The amount of rain that Kerala managed, however, was not enough to cover the demand for irrigation water.

This indicates that there was an excess of water being consumed for irrigation purposes.

This excess in rainfall can be due to various reasons.

In the winter months, irrigation can take place when the rainfall is low.

The irrigation water used for irrigation can also be used for watering lawns, while the irrigation water that is used for irrigating livestock and crops can also get polluted.

There are many factors that affect the rainfall, including the temperature of the region.

This leads to the development of dry areas, which leads to a decrease in the amount and quality of the rainfall.

In other words, the rainfall can go down as a result of lack of rainfall.

The drought in Kerala, which began in 2016, was the result from a combination of a number of factors.

In other words it is not just one cause.

These factors also come into play when we talk about the drought in the state of Kerala.

The fact that we have a drought that affects us in several states around the country and in Kerala is also one of the reasons that we are in a drought-prone state.

This year, Kerala has had an average of 9.7 lakh monsoon-like rainfall.

It has a high water-to-nutrient ratio.

However, this water can not be used to irrigate crops because it is a very heavy water source.

This makes irrigation a very costly and difficult task.

In addition, the drought can also impact on other aspects of our lives.

There are many people who are unable to use the water they have.

They can’t afford to use it and also pay for it.

They cannot even afford to buy food.

In addition, there are people who cannot afford to take their children out for school, or those who are not able to attend school.

All these people have to pay for their irrigation costs.

This is why the drought is a real challenge to our agricultural system.

We need to get rid of this problem and to make irrigation a viable

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