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A fuzzy logic crop water stress index (FL-CWSI) for tall fescue turf irrigation decision-making



A fuzzy logic crop water stress index (FL-CWSI) for tall fescue turf irrigation decision-making



ASAE/CSAE SCGR Annual International Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 18-21 July, 1999: 25 pp.



A fuzzy logic crop water stress index (FL-CWSI) was developed. The FL-CWSI index eliminates the need to include measurements of special variables, i.e., canopy resistance, aerodynamic resistance, net radiation, and soil heat flux needed for calculating the theoretical crop water stress index CWSI. Also, the FL-CWSI eliminates the need to calculate baseline limits needed to calibrate an empirical CWSI. FL-CWSI was developed using growth chamber and greenhouse data.

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