World population is expected to reach 9 million by 2050. Is global farming and agriculture equipped to deal with this food demand? More importantly, are we using our water resources smartly to fuel agricultural growth? Irrigation has been and is used to over the hazards of natural water resources. But the downside of agricultural irrigation is that it takes away a heavy chunk of the global water resources.
The infographic below, released by Seametrics, presents some interesting facts about global water consumption and conservation patterns.
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