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Observations on the change in soil water content during the vegetative period of 1982


, : Observations on the change in soil water content during the vegetative period of 1982. Bayerisches Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch 60(7): 865-870

The 1982 vegetative period was characterized by an alternation of long dry periods with intervals of a few weeks of rain. This led to notably different water content distribution at given soil depths under different crops. To illustrate this effect, selected routine measurements of soil moisture provided by the German Weather Service at Weihenstephan are presented.

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