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A model for temperate European vegetative crops



A model for temperate European vegetative crops



Physiological aspects of crop productivity Proceedings of the 15th Colloquium of the International Potash Institute: 239-261



A model previously described (see FCA 29, 42334 or HbA 46, 2243) which predicted water state and water flow in soil and plant quantitatively as well as qualitatively has been extended for photosynthesis, respiration and growth. It is a variable state model which assumes that the state of the system can be characterized quantitatively at any moment and that changes can be described by equations. CO2 fluxes above a Lolium perenne crop were used to validate the model for photosynthesis.

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