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Egypt farmers save water with new irrigation method
Farmers in Egypt are combating water shortages with a new method of irrigation.
Egypt looks to avert water crisis driven by demand
Egypt has relied on the Nile, Africa's largest river, since the time of the pharaohs. For thousands of years, annual floods dumped rich silt on the banks, allowing the country to serve as a Mediterranean grain reserve. But ...
Assessing the Impacts of Agricultural Water Management on Ecosystem Services in the Nile Delta
Egypt suffers from water scarcity and farmers are often forced to use alternative water resources including recycled and untreated wastewater with elevated levels of non-point source pollutants. However, continued use of ...
Less water, more food
In Egypt, a desert country that gets almost all its water from the Nile, the scarcity of water has become a challenge in agriculture. Climate change is worsening the problem through rising temperature and loss of agriculture ...