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Effects of excessive soil water conditions on sugarcane yields



Effects of excessive soil water conditions on sugarcane yields



Transactions of the ASAE, American Society of Agricultural Engineers 30(4): 993-997



A stress-day-index model was developed to relate sugarcane yield to stresses caused by excessive soil water conditions. Stress was quantified by the sum of excess water above the 45 cm depth, SEW45. Crop susceptibility factors were estimated for three stages of growth from published data from flooding studies. Relative yields from a four-year drainage experiment in Southeastern Louisiana were plotted as a function of calculated stress-day-index values.

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