Discussion :: Water Resources Engineering - Section 1 (Q.No.46)
Consumptive use of a crop during growth, is the amount of
Answer: Option D
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|Mithilesh said: (Apr 23, 2019)|
|Consumptive water use is water removed from available supplies without return to a water resource system (Eg: water used in manufacturing, agriculture, and food preparation that is not returned to a stream, river, or water treatment plant).|
|Sid said: (Nov 16, 2019)|
|Consumptive use = water which doesn't comes to source i.e.sea/lake.
So, it includes transpiration and interception.
Not evoporation because, it again comes to source in the form of precipitation.
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