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The soybean integrated crop management model: model description and calibration for Georgia insect environments

, : The soybean integrated crop management model: model description and calibration for Georgia insect environments. Research Bulletin, Georgia Agricultural Experiment Stations (353): 43

A detailed description is given of the Soyabean Integrated Crop Management (SICM) model developed by G.G. Wilkerson et al. in 1983 and the calibration procedures used in adapting the original model to soyabean production in southern Georgia, USA. The SICM model provides a unique method of implementing and evaluating alternative soyabean irrigation and pest management strategies.


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