The Relationship Between Plant-Soil-Water

Have you ever heard of the relationship made between plants and other elements? Like humans, plants also have a relationship with other elements, namely water and soil. The relationship that exists between water, soil and plants is a very important relationship for an ecosystem. The three must be interrelated and …

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Watershed Management

What do you think is the main thing in watershed management? Water availability? Conservation? Continuity ? All of that is true. But there is one main thing to note, that the purpose of watershed management is nothing but to achieve community welfare. A watershed is an area bounded by the highest topography …

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Water Conservation in Agriculture

In principle, water conservation is the use of water that falls to the ground to be as efficient as possible and the right timing of the flow, so that there is no flooding in the rainy season and vice versa in the dry season there will be enough water. Several …

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Modernization Of Irrigation

There is no direct irrigation from nature but all are man-made. All processes that occur in irrigation will all become a hydrological cycle because not all irrigation water enters the ground but some will be evaporated into the air. One of the functions of irrigation for agriculture is to supply …

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Restored Watershed

Based on its classification, watersheds are divided into watersheds that must be restored and watersheds that need to be maintained.  A watershed that must be restored is a watershed whose carrying capacity is not running as it should so.  Land conditions, quality, quantity, water continuity, and socioeconomic conditions in the …

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Water Conservation

Many have linked conservation with watershed management. Conservation itself is divided into two, namely water conservation and soil conservation. In relation to watershed management, water conservation is an important element. Water conservation is a special goal in sustainable watershed management. One indicator of healthy watersheds is the availability of water in …

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Type of Reservoir

River Basin Management in its implementation requires synergy between various sectors as a whole from the upstream, middle to downstream. The upstream watershed functions as a conservative zone, where as much as possible the ecosystem is maintained so that the availability of water remains stable to meet the water needs …

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