Water Footprint of a Crop


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Formula:WFcrop = volume of water for irrigation × water use efficiency × crop yield

Introduction to Water Footprint of a Crop

The water footprint of a crop represents the volume of water used during the cultivation process. The formula calculates the water footprint of a specific crop by multiplying the volume of water used for irrigation, the water use efficiency, and the crop yield.

Parameter usage:

Example valid values:

Output:

Data validation

The volume, water use efficiency, and yield should be greater than or equal to 0.

Summary

This formula calculates the water footprint of a specific crop based on the volume of water used for irrigation, water use efficiency, and crop yield. It helps assess the environmental impact of crop cultivation in terms of water usage.

Tags: Agriculture, Water Footprint, Crop Yield, Irrigation