Which state of India has the most irrigated area?

Uttar Pradesh is the most irrigated state (17.6 million hectares) in India.

Which state in India has over irrigation?

Answer: In the states of Punjab, Haryana and Western Uttar Pradesh, over irrigation is responsible for land degradation due to water-logging leading to increase in salinity and alkalinity in the soil.

Which state has the lowest irrigated area in India?

Mizoram is the only state in India which is least irrigated.

What states have the most irrigation?

Nebraska had the most irrigated land among all U.S. States, with 8.6 million acres of irrigated cropland, accounting for 14.8 percent of all irrigated cropland in the United States.

Which state over irrigation is done?

Punjab and Haryana are the two states in India which is responsible for land degradation due to over irrigation..

Which state over irrigation is not responsible for land degradation?

All the states except Punjab and Haryana.

Which Indian state has the largest irrigated agricultural area?

Uttar Pradesh has the largest irrigated agricultural area followed by Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Gujarat.

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Which country has largest land under irrigation?

The two countries with the largest irrigated land area are China and India, which make up 21.3% and 20.6% of worldwide irrigated land area respectively.

List of countries by irrigated land area.

Rank 1
Country/Region China
Irrigated land (km2) 690,070
Date of information 2012

Which state has maximum area under sprinkler system?

As on March 31, 2012 Rajasthan has the largest area under sprinkler irrigation followed by Haryana.

35.3 Scope and Status of Sprinkler Irrigation in India.

AREA AS ON 31.03.2012 (Ha) Sl. No. 16
State Bihar
Drip 752
Sprinkler 36628
Total 37381

Which state has the most water?

The state with the largest total area of water is Alaska, which has 94,743 square miles of water.

Which crop area is most irrigated in the India?

Rice has the largest area under irrigation in India.

In India about one-fourth of the total cropped area is under rice cultivation.