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The value of information concerning near-optimal nitrogen fertilizer scheduling


Agricultural Systems 45(3): 315-330
The value of information concerning near-optimal nitrogen fertilizer scheduling
A methodology for estimating the economic value of perfect information concerning the optimum application schedule of nitrogen fertilizer is illustrated using CERES-Maize, a simulation model of the growth, development, and yield of maize for a location in Florida, USA.

Accession: 002530806

DOI: 10.1016/0308-521x(94)90144-5

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