It is important for them to efficiently organize and allocate personal as well as equipment for different projects, same time avoiding idle resources. Having the information about the availability of the resource and have them available at the right time for the activities plays a vital role in managing the costs and smoothly executing the project activities. It helps managers to identify the over utilization based on the work allocation of the resources in different projects. This means, if the resource is involved in another project and assigned to a specific activity at the same time by another resource manager, it will show in the utilization report of the other manager and can help in avoiding the over allocation.
The unchecked growth of Eichhornia crassipes can cause significant harm, including covering of the water surface, depletion of oxygen, clogging of river channels, and promotion of the breeding of flies and mosquitoes.
These effects can significantly impact farmland irrigation, water transportation, and human health. However, methods for controlling its growth are not ideal, and control using biological and chemical agents can result in secondary pollution.
The utilization of E. In this paper, the growth and ecological characteristics of E. The challenges associated with the large-scale utilization of E. Regarding challenges such as the difficulty of cultivation and the high cost of harvesting and dehydrating, it is necessary to investigate the proper water surface and coverage characteristics of E.
It is also necessary to evaluate the effect of E. In addition, developing portable, high-efficiency facilities to promote the effectiveness of harvesting, transportation and dehydration are needed, as well as further improvement in the techniques of utilization and assessment of the economic value.
Introduction Eichhornia crassipes Mart. Solms, also known as water hyacinth, is native to the Amazon Basin in South America [ 1 ] and it was introduced into China in the s. In the s and s, it was promoted as a livestock feed, especially for pigs.
However, due to the popularization of formulated feeds, the utilization rate was reduced, and it has gradually become wild, especially in urban rivers and eutrophic waters in inner lakes. The growth of the plant has been very aggressive.
It has not only invaded water bodies, causing anoxia in the water, but it also obstructs rivers and provides a favorable breeding ground for mosquitoes, which seriously endangers farmland irrigation and drainage, water transportation, and human health [ 234 ].
For the control of water hyacinth, biological and chemical agents, and mechanical control are used in China and abroad. However, biological control takes effect slowly, and chemical control is costly and mostly used in the case of severe infiltration of water hyacinth.
Mechanical control is seen as the best short-term solution to the proliferation of this plant, although it is also costly and requires the use of both land and water vehicles. Therefore, water hyacinth control should be combined with its utilization as a resource.
In this work, the growth and ecological characteristics of E.
The challenges associated with the large-scale utilization of water hyacinth were also analyzed in order to provide references for the control and resource utilization of the species. To use water hyacinth as a resource and design the scale of treatment, first, one must understand the ecological characteristics of this plant and estimate the growth of its biomass.
Second, one must also address issues such as harvesting, transportation, and post-harvest treatment of water hyacinth. Ecological Characteristics Water hyacinth reproduces vegetatively through the formation of stolons, and is also sexually propagated through seeds, which can survive in water for six years making water hyacinth difficult to control.
Under suitable growth conditions, the number of water hyacinths can double in one week [ 5 ]. A water hyacinth plant can produce million ramets within one year, with a fresh weight of 28, tons [ 6 ]. Water hyacinths are prevalent in eutrophic water bodies and can form dense grass mats covering large areas of water.
The water hyacinth has a well-developed root system and can absorb nutrients in the growing environment. Therefore, its material composition is closely related to the growth environment. The nutrient content in stems and roots is generally lower than in the leaf [ 9 ].
The general composition of water hyacinth nutrients is shown in Table 1. Harvesting Harvesting of water hyacinth can be conducted manually or mechanically.
In the Philippines, water hyacinths in open waters are often salvaged with hand winches.Five functional areas are associated with effective human resource management: staffing, human resource development, compensation, safety and health, and employee and labor relations.
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The globally changing scenario leading to over utilization of resources and its effect on environment is discussed with respect to some examples. The limitations regarding current world scenario is discussed and various ideas are proposed for sustainable development.
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