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Causative Factors of Low Water Use in a Typical Upland Irrigation District of West Japan
Transactions of The Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Reclamation Engineering
An on-farm questionnaire survey was carried out in a typical upland irrigation district of western Japan to investigate factors which influenced water use during the 1994 early crop growing season. The survey included irrigation frequency, type and area of crops grown, farm labour, irrigation equipment and others ; the variables were investigated by a form of quantification theory ('suryouka-riron 1 and 2') . The partial correlations for the full-time farm households indicated that water usedoi:10.11408/jsidre1965.1996.899 fatcat:ztcbpwd3ivcbncvgckgbxt66qy