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Effect of tubewells on income and employment: a case study in three villages in Kediri, East Java, Indonesia

By: Sudaryanto, T.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookAnalytics: Show analyticsPublisher: 1983ISBN: 971-104-082-4.Subject(s): Farm organization and management | Indonesia | Water resources and managementDDC classification: 85-105861 In: International Rice Research Inst., Los Banos, Laguna (Philippines); Agricultural Development Council, New York (USA). Consequences of small-farm mechanization. Los Banos, Laguna (Philippines). 1983. p. 107-118. Received Feb 198485-105861Summary: Indonesia is developing groundwater sources for agricultural purposes by using tubewells. Data were collected from 66 tubewell users, 53 nonusers, and 30 farm laborers to investigate the effects on farm income and employment, and the feasibility of tubewell investment. Users were categorized by the number of years they had been using tubewell irrigation. Farm analyses for two alternative cropping systems indicated tubewell introduction, increased cropping intensity, production, and farm income. The increase in income varied with experience in tubewell operation. Financially, rice-rice-soybean was better than rice-rice-maize, yet economicallyCollection: AGRIS Collection
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Indonesia is developing groundwater sources for agricultural purposes by using tubewells. Data were collected from 66 tubewell users, 53 nonusers, and 30 farm laborers to investigate the effects on farm income and employment, and the feasibility of tubewell investment. Users were categorized by the number of years they had been using tubewell irrigation. Farm analyses for two alternative cropping systems indicated tubewell introduction, increased cropping intensity, production, and farm income. The increase in income varied with experience in tubewell operation. Financially, rice-rice-soybean was better than rice-rice-maize, yet economically

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