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Used of Galvanized Iron Sheet to Control Evaporation Losses in Farm Pond

Author : S.S.Sonawane 1 R.V.Khiste 2 O.M.Kulkarni 3 S.P.Nirkhe 4 R.S.Patil 5

Date of Publication :22nd February 2018

Abstract: One of the precious gifts of nature which sustain life on earth is water. Water has been used since antiquity as a symbol by which to express devotion and purity. As per Indian standard near about 1150 mm depth of water in a traditional farm pond is evaporated per year in India. To overcome of evaporation losses by the traditional method we used the modified method by using Galvanized Iron sheet near farm pond. For this work, we choose farm pond located at Pimplegaon in Jalna district. By using the modified method, we got a significant amount of water control in evaporation losses.

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