Water Productivity Using Gis For Ghataprabha Basin

  • Umesh Rathod , Nagraj S. Patil, Teju Kumar


Water productivity is generally defined as crop yield per cubic meter of water consumption, and it became a crucial issue in raising the performance of irrigation, as well as on focusing water saving problems. However, varied ideas are also considering, which needs applicable definitions and analysis. As a result of it represents a ratio between harvesting yield and water use. The main concept of this project is identifying the factors influencing the Ghataprabha Command area, such as Evapotranspiration (ET act), Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI), Soil property, Wind Speed, Surface Temperature. These potentials are improving food security by enhancing water productivity.