Water Harvesting – Guidelines to Good Practice (Water Harvesting)
Flood water and runoff from ephemeral rivers, roads and hillsides is captured through temporary stone and earth embankments. A system of hand dug canals – consisting of a main diversion canal and secondary / tertiary canals – conveys and distributes the captured water to the cultivated fields in naturally flat or leveled areas. The total length of the canal system is 200 – 2000 m.
BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICE (BMP) - CNR