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Simulation of field water use and crop yield
R. A. Feddes
|Statement||R. A. Feddes, P. J. Kowalik, and H. Zaradny.|
|Contributions||Kowalik, P. J., joint author., Zaradny, Henryk., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||S589.7 .F4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 188 p. :|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||78010697|
simulation model; the biophysical crop simulation, development and yield aspects including soil water simulation is undertaken within the AquaCrop plug-in program. A brief description of the two modelling components, their integration and application are outlined below. Water application modelCited by: 8. Since long Dutch water management has been familiar with different methods for quantifying impact of hydrology on agricultural yield. Water boards use the so-called HELP-tables to read out the amount of loss of revenue based on information on soil profile, groundwater level and crop type.
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Book Simulation of field water use and crop yield R. A Feddes, P. J Kowalik, H Zaradny Published in in Wageningen by Centre for agricultural publishing and documentation.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "A Halsted Press book." Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 20 cm. Series Title: Simulation. Get this from a library. Simulation of field water use and crop yield. [R A Feddes; P J Kowalik; H Zaradny]. The first 2 parts of this book deal with the theory of field water use and of crop production.
In the 3rd part, 2 models are presented which can be used either separately or conjointly. The 1st program, SWATR, calculates the actual transpiration of a crop.
It can be applied to problems dealing with the transient water flow in a heterogenous soil-root by: Simulation of field water use and crop yield by R.
Feddes; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Crop yields, Crops and soils, Crops and water, Data processing, Mathematical models. Simulation of field water use and crop yield: Author(s) Feddes, R.A. Source: In: Simulation of plant growth and crop production / Penning de Vries, F.W.T., van Laar, H.H., Wageningen: Pudoc (Simulation monographs) - ISBN - p.
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Feddes, P. Kowalik, H. Zarachy: : BooksCited by: IMPORTANCE OF CROP YIELD IN CALIBRATING WATERSHED WATER QUALITY SIMULATION TOOLS1 Sujithkumar Surendran Nair, Kevin W. King, Jonathan D.
Witter, Brent L. Sohngen, and Norman R. Fausey2 ABSTRACT: Watershed-scale water-quality simulation tools provide a convenient and economical means to eval-uate the environmental impacts of conservation practices.
The goal of this study was to use a crop simulation model for maize to investigate the interactive effects of plant population ( and plants m −2), row spacing ( and m) and RM of maize varieties on yield, WUE, and light interception. The simulations showed that row spacing did not significantly affect yield, WUE, or transpiration.
AquaCrop yield model and plug-in program. The AquaCrop model simulates potential yields for herbaceous crops as a function of water consumption under different rainfed and irrigated regimes (Steduto et al.
).It directly links crop yield to water use and estimates biomass production from actual crop transpiration through a normalized water productivity parameter, which is the core of Cited by: 8. The biophysical model APSIM was used to analyse the effect of seasonal variation on crop yield by simulating canola grain yield at different residual water and nitrogen levels.
The field experiment and simulation modelling indicated that in seasons with high in-crop rainfall, high residual soil water does not increase crop : Ketema Tilahun Zeleke.
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Pudoc (Centre for agricultural publishing and documentation) Wageningen Cited by: Improving winter wheat water use efficiency in the North China Plain (NCP), China is essential in light of current irrigation water shortages. In this study, the AquaCrop model was used to calibrate, and validate winter wheat crop performance under various planting dates and irrigation application rates.
All experiments were conducted at the Xiaotangshan experimental site in Beijing, China. Crop water use efficiency is the yield of the crop (y) per unit of water lost through evapotranspiration of the crop (ET) whereas field water use efficiency is the ratio of yield of the crop to.
Chapter 1 FAO crop-water productivity model to simulate yield response to water AquaCrop Version – Reference manual May By Dirk RAES, Pasquale STEDUTO, Theodore C. HSIAO, and Elias FERERES with the contribution of the AquaCrop NetworkFile Size: KB.
Title: Simulation of field water use and crop yield: Published in: Simulation of plant growth and crop production. Wageningen: Pudoc: Author: Feddes, : R.A. Feddes. In real life, fields will have minimal headlands in order to maximize crop yield of the field.
In farming simulator, the headlands are big enough for helpers to make the turns outside of the field. Non headland patterns. Th e complexity of crop responses to water defi cits led earlier to the use of empirical production functions as the most practi-cal option to assess crop yield as related to water.
Among the methods based on this approach, FAO Irrigation & Drainage Paper no. 33, Yield Response to Water (Doorenbos and Kas-sam, ) stands Size: 1MB. Sequence of yield map construction for an 85 ha barley crop from soil water content, water use and soil evaporation maps derived from EM surveys.
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