In the western part of Taiwan, there is less rainfall during the dry season, and the central region is about to enter the peak demand for spring ploughing water. The Water Resources Department monitors daily and controls the water output of the Liyutan Reservoir. The current water storage rate is still about 40%, which is for the upper and lower irrigation districts of the Liyutan Reservoir. The first-stage agricultural water use in the spring ploughing has been cooperating with the Taichung Farmland Water Conservancy Association. According to the demand for crop growth, the amount of water will be increased, and the spring ploughing and water supply will be given priority. The Water Resources Department said that since November (107), the rainfall of the Liyutan Reservoir has only averaged about 25 per cent over the years. In order to achieve stable water supply, it has been monitored daily to strictly control the public water output of the Liyutan Reservoir. The water source will be stored in the reservoir and the water supply period will be extended. The Taichung farmland water conservancy will meet the lack of rainfall this year. On the 11th of February, the first phase of the 108th year will be established for the Da'anxi and Dajiaxi water diversion teams. The irrigation field will be transplanted in various irrigation areas, and more detailed methods such as holiday and nighttime irrigation management of water supply will be strengthened to manage agricultural water. According to the forecast of the Central Meteorological Administration, according to the forecast of the Central Meteorological Administration, there will be rainfall opportunities in the north of the central region in the next 2 weeks. The rainfall forecast for the next three months is close to normal, and will continue to cooperate with the Taichung Farmland Water Conservancy Association in accordance with the rainfall situation. Standard water demand to maintain water stability in people's livelihood, agriculture and industry.
Source: Ministry of Economic Affairs R.O.C