The sources added that with the available water storage only 8 million units can be produced for 43 days.
What does AWAT stand for?
AWAT stands for Available Water
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NWC is stepping up its intensive leak detection programme, as part of efforts to preserve available water resources and improve the overall performance in the Kingdom's water and wastewater sectors.
With 70 percent of all available water being in agriculture, growing more food to feed an additional 2 billion people by 2050 will place greater pressure on available water and land," they added.
The water supply problem is becoming quite serious in the United States because of increasing water needs and pollution of available water resources.
Irrigating at a soil water deficit of 20ram (and so ensuring that readily available water was always present in the top 150ram of soil) rather than at deficits of 40 or 60mm resulted in significantly more ryegrass and white clover production over the irrigation season.
Major water sources being from outside Arab borders or even shared and most available water resources are already developed.
Although companies now have an obligation to improve water efficiency, WWF said many waterways are at risk from out-of-date abstraction licences which do not take into account the amount of available water the rivers now have in them.
On the other hand the available water in Tarbela is 1,388 feet above the sea level though the dead level here is 1,378.