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Field validation of a cultivar specific soil water model for irrigation scheduling in potatoes



Field validation of a cultivar specific soil water model for irrigation scheduling in potatoes



Evapotranspiration and irrigation scheduling Proceedings of the International Conference, San Antonio, Texas, USA, November 3-6-1996: 656-663



A modified version of the irrigation scheduling model SimISP (Simulating Irrigation Scheduling in Potatoes) was evaluated in terms of its ability to simulate the potato crop (Solanum tuberosum) root zone soil water content through the growing season. The model used daily meteorological and seasonal crop and soil parameter inputs to estimate evaporation, transpiration, canopy expansion, and dry matter accumulation.

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