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Irrigation for crops in a sub-humid environment. III. An irrigation scheduling model for predicting soybean water use and crop yield


, : Irrigation for crops in a sub-humid environment. III. An irrigation scheduling model for predicting soybean water use and crop yield. Irrigation Science 2(2): 89-101

A soil water use model was linked with a model of soyabean growth and yield to simulate soyabean production in an area of New South Wales, Australia. The model was developed and tested against results from a 3-yr soyabean irrigation experiment. Good agreement was obtained between measured and predicted water use and yield for soyabean Ruse and Bragg. In the test region, summer rainfall averages 300 mm but is highly variable.


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