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Russo, David, Agricultural Research Organization,, Volcani Cent, Bet Dagan, Isr, Agricultural Research Organization, Volcani Cent, Bet Dagan, Isr
In a heterogeneous field in which the soil properties vary, under a deterministic irrigation regime, the crop yield might also differ from place to place in the field. These differences may, in turn, reduce the average (over the field) yield relative to that which would be obtained if the soil properties were uniform throughout the field. The simplified crop yield-soil response model coupled with the conditional simulation method, presented in part I of this study, was used here to evaluate the spatial distribution of the amount of irrigation water required to maintain a prespecified relative crop yield, uniform throughout the field, for a given irrigation water salinity. By considering the water irrigation amounts at different sites in the field, rather than that of the entire field, it was shown that the amount of irrigation water required to obtain a given relative crop yield (for a given irrigation water salinity) can be reduced by 7 to 37%.
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STOCHASTIC APPROACH TO THE CROP YIELD-IRRIGATION RELATIONSHIPS IN HETEROGENEOUS SOILS: II. APPLICATION TO IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT.
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Russo, David, Agricultural Research Organization,, Volcani Cent, Bet Dagan, Isr, Agricultural Research Organization, Volcani Cent, Bet Dagan, Isr
STOCHASTIC APPROACH TO THE CROP YIELD-IRRIGATION RELATIONSHIPS IN HETEROGENEOUS SOILS: II. APPLICATION TO IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT.
In a heterogeneous field in which the soil properties vary, under a deterministic irrigation regime, the crop yield might also differ from place to place in the field. These differences may, in turn, reduce the average (over the field) yield relative to that which would be obtained if the soil properties were uniform throughout the field. The simplified crop yield-soil response model coupled with the conditional simulation method, presented in part I of this study, was used here to evaluate the spatial distribution of the amount of irrigation water required to maintain a prespecified relative crop yield, uniform throughout the field, for a given irrigation water salinity. By considering the water irrigation amounts at different sites in the field, rather than that of the entire field, it was shown that the amount of irrigation water required to obtain a given relative crop yield (for a given irrigation water salinity) can be reduced by 7 to 37%.
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