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Methodology and empirical estimates of the response function of sorghum to irrigation and soil moisture



Methodology and empirical estimates of the response function of sorghum to irrigation and soil moisture



Water Resources Bulletin 14(4): 966-977



For the estimation of response functions of crops to irrigation and soil moisture, a system analysis framework is applied to describe the relationships involved. Two subsystems are distinguished, with the first one involving the relationship between irrigation decision variables and soil state variables, and the second involving the relationship between soil state variables and crop yield.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-1688.1978.tb05592.x



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