TeachMeFinance.com - explain Irrigable acreage for service (irrigable area for service)
Irrigable acreage for service (irrigable area for service) The term 'Irrigable acreage for service (irrigable area for service)' as it applies to the area of reclamation can be defined as ' The acreage classified as irrigable for which project works have been constructed and project water is available. This acreage may change from year to year, generally increasing, as project works are completed and service is made available to additional acreage. Upon completion of the project, the irrigable acreage for service will equal the irrigable land as presented in the repayment contract or most recent project authorization. See irrigated acreage. Lands that have not been classified but which are furnished water under Special or Warren Act contracts and lease or water rental agreements are shown as a part of the irrigable area for service'.
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