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Estimation of irrigation rates for spring wheat fields


, : Estimation of irrigation rates for spring wheat fields. Water Resources 21(2): 208-213

Equations for calculating irrigation requirements of spring wheat from total evaporation, precipitation and soil water data for wheat fields in the forest-steppe and steppe agrometeorological zones are presented. Relationships between irrigation rates, total evaporation and specific leaf area of the crop are analysed.

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