Ministry of Agriculture-IDRP-Report NO.41 1983

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1983
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Ministry of Agriculture
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Water quality may be defined as how well a water supply fulfils the needs of the intended user. Having two water sources, one which produces better results or cause fewer problems than other, is taken as more acceptable or of better quality. Specific uses have different quality needs. River water is normally good for irrigation but it is poor for municipal use. If river water is chlorinated, we get a low salinity water. This water is good for consumption but is too corrosive for industrial use and is poor for agriculture. This is because it causes soil permeability problems
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