يوجد فقط 14 صفحة متاحة للعرض العام
Mamdouh Mohamed Ahmed Osman: Economics Water Irrigation Systems in Sharqeya Governorate, Unpublished M. Sc. Thesis, Department of Agricultural Economics, Faculty of Agriculture, Ain Shams University, 2018.
The problem of the study was the misuse of irrigation water at the agricultural level, as well as the expropriation of a large part of the agricultural land for use as an inventor and a narrator to transfer the Nile water to the farms and fields for irrigation, which currently occupies about 1 million feddans representing about 17% of the total cultivated area In the old lands.
The problem was the waste of available irrigation water in the fields, as well as the high cost of access to water and the relative cost of labor associated with the cost of weeding and the maintenance of traditional canals and dams.
The study aimed at identifying the economic effects of improving irrigation water systems at the agricultural level by identifying the irrigation systems currently used in Egypt and estimating some economic indicators that can be used to estimate the preference of irrigation systems for other irrigation systems.
The second chapter deals with the supply and demand of Egyptian water resources. The third chapter deals with the economic effects of developing some of the Egyptian water resources. The fourth chapter deals with the statistical estimation of the production functions of some agricultural crops in the sample of the field study in Sharkia Governorate, while the fifth chapter deals with the statistical estimation of the cost functions of some agricultural crops with sample Field study in Sharkia Governorate.