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Variations in moisture deficits over the maize-growing region of South Africa I. Spatial aspects



Variations in moisture deficits over the maize-growing region of South Africa I. Spatial aspects



Water SA 8(1): 1-8



Moisture deficits, equal to the difference between the supply of water (rainfall) and the demand (potential evapotranspiration) by the soil-plant system, have been determined for the maize growing region of South Africa. The behaviour of these moisture deficits on a spatial basis has been described on both monthly and seasonal time scales.

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