Essay heading: Not A Drop To Drink: Our Shrinking Freshwater Supply

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After the Second World War, developed countries made major advances in irrigation technology, namely sprinkler and drainage systems. The most efficient form of irrigation is the drip system, which has the potential to double crop yield per unit of water, but it is only used in about 1% of the world’s croplands...
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The most efficient form of irrigation is the drip system, which has the potential to double crop yield per unit of water, but it is only used in about 1% of the world’s croplands. Many farmers are reluctant to modernize irrigation systems, as it is expensive and energy intensive to do so. In underdeveloped nations, the funds, technology, and infrastructure necessary for irrigation modernization are lacking...
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