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Terms & Conditions
By registering to AgriCoaching you agree to the following terms & conditions.
1. User can watch the video in online course for english/hindi only once till end. You can not move the lecture back and forth. Once video is completed you will not be able to watch it again.
2. User can read pdf in any course as many time according to his/her wish. Pdf can't be downloaded or printed
3. User can attempt mock test only once. He/she can watch the solution as many times as he/she want.
4. You hereby acknowledge and agree that Agri coaching chandigarh will not offer refunds on any fees and charges related to your purchase of any products or Services. This includes any partially used or unused periods for which you have already paid. We do not guarantee refunds for lack of usage or dissatisfaction.
5. In order to use, access, or take part in many of our Services, including the Online Courses you must select a login identification ("User ID") and a unique user password ("User Password"). You agree that you will never divulge or share access to your User Account with any other for any reason.
1. Per Drop More Crop component of Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana (PMKSY-PDMC) is operational in the country from 2015-16. The PMKSY- PDMC focuses on enhancing water use efficiency at farm level through Micro Irrigation viz. Drip and Sprinkler irrigation.
2. The Government provides financial assistance @ 55% for small and marginal farmers and @ 45% for other farmers for installation of Drip and Sprinkler Irrigation systems. In addition, some States provide additional incentives/top up subsidy for encouraging farmers to adopt Micro Irrigation.
3. 42.15 lakh ha (Drip 22.81 lakh ha & Sprinkler 19.34 lakh ha) has been covered under PMKSY-PDMC since 2015-16 till date
4. Drip irrigation, also known as trickle irrigation, functions as its name suggests.
5. Water is delivered at or near the root zone of plants, drop by drop.
6. This method can be the most water-efficient method of irrigation, if managed properly, since evaporation and runoff are minimized.
7. In modern agriculture, drip irrigation is often combined with plastic mulch, further reducing evaporation, and is also a means of delivery of fertilizer.
8. The process is known as fertigation.
9. This method was first introduced in Israel.
10. In India this method is more useful in areas in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Kerala, & Karnataka.
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