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irrigable

(ĭr′ĭ-gə-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being irrigated: irrigable desert.
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There appears to be enough unused irrigable land to meet future needs: FAO studies suggest a total irrigation potential of some 402 million ha in developing countries, of which only half is currently in use.
Plus de 11.000 m3 provenant de Chott El Gharbi seront destines a l'irrigation de ces terres, a-t-il ajoute, rappelant que la wilaya dispose actuellement d'une superficie irrigable de 8555 ha, en plus de 3000 ha de superficie agricole utile (SAU).
For a potential irrigable land area of 346,000 ha, only 10,000 ha is developed, expected to increase to 20,605 ha in 2015.
of irrigable lands, thus increasing agricultural production, raising farmer's income, and contributing to the efforts for achieving food securities.
Meanwhile as per the policy directive issued by the MAWF and as contained in the Green Scheme Implementation Manual currently in print, all the Green Scheme Projects located in the communal area shall pay the loyalty to the Traditional Authority, which at the moment stands at N$50 per hectare irrigable. Shitemo Green Scheme Project shall be no exemption.
Paragon Resources also said that it was close to completing a 44-year sub lease for PVL over 5,000 hectares (12,360 acres) of irrigable land near the River Volta in Ghana.
It has to be known that Ethiopia does not own any irrigable land between the dam and the Sudan, where the water continues its journey upstream.
Expressing his opinions over the issue PKMP's Mahmood Khan Achakzai recalled his encounter with protestors from Sindh's Badin district, who had strong reservations about exclusive rights of influential politicians of Sindh over an irrigable canal ahead of Kotri Barrage heading towards Badin.
The project aims to to double Turkey's irrigable farmland but has not been compelted.Dicle Elektrik provides electricity for 1 million subscribers living in the southeastern cities of DiyarbakA[+ or -]r, AanlA[+ or -]urfa, Mardin, Batman, Siirt and AA[+ or -]rnak, where the loss and leakage rate is the highest in Turkey at 70 percent.The A[degrees]Akaya DoAu joint venture has recently acquired the operational rights of the grid after a failed privatization attempt by the government in 2010.
"Once the project is completed and all the irrigable fields in Turkey are irrigated, much progress will have been made in producing agricultural raw materials," the minister noted.