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Evaluating strategies for improved water use in spring wheat with CERES

Evaluating strategies for improved water use in spring wheat with CERES

Agricultural Water Management 84(3): 249-258

More efficient use of water in agricultural systems is widely needed. However, most irrigated systems are characterized by heterogeneous climate and soil conditions that interact strongly with irrigation management, making optimal irrigation decisions difficult to achieve. Here we investigated the impact of reduced irrigations on spring wheat yields in the Yaqui Valley of Mexico, a region experiencing increased water scarcity.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.agwat.2006.02.007

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