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- Ale, S., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Agricultural water management 2020 v.232 pp. 106038
- conventional tillage; cotton; cover crops; cropping systems; developmental stages; irrigation scheduling; irrigation water; lint yield; no-tillage; soil profiles; stakeholders; strip tillage; water resources; water use efficiency; wheat; Great Plains region; Southeastern United States
- ... Water is the limiting factor for crop production within the southern US Great Plains and it has become a critical resource for multiple stakeholders. Hence, efficient irrigation and cropping systems are of paramount importance to conserve water resources. The objective of this study was to determine the effect of irrigation timing and quantity, cover crop use and tillage on cotton production in an ...
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- Agricultural water management 2012 v.107 pp. 23-33
- DRAINMOD model; agricultural watersheds; cropping systems; drain pipes; drainage water; nitrate reduction; soil; spatial distribution; stream flow; subsurface drainage; water management; water table; Indiana
- ... Drainage water management, also known as controlled drainage, is the practice of using a water table control structure at the end of the subsurface drain pipe to reduce subsurface drainage, and thereby nitrate losses. Methods to quantify the potential effects of drainage water management for entire watersheds are needed to evaluate the impacts of large-scale adoption. A distributed modeling approa ...