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Prediction and simulation of water use in agricultural systems


, : Prediction and simulation of water use in agricultural systems. Buxton, D R [Editor], Forsberg, R A [Editor], Blad, B L [Editor], Asay, H [Editor], Paulsen, G M [Editor], Wilson, R F [Editor] International crop science, I 67-73


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