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Rhuanito S. Ferrarezi, Alan L. Wright, Brian J. Boman, Arnold W. Schumann, Fred G. Gmitter, and Jude W. Grosser

regression model of ET o vs. day of the year. However, random effect and autoregressive correlation coefficient assignment remained the same as the cumulative solar radiation. Daily maximum and minimum air temperature, wind gust, and cumulative rainfall were

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Marc W. van Iersel, Matthew Chappell, and John D. Lea-Cox

estimate ET from weather conditions, the most common approach is the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Penman–Monteith method, which uses commonly measured weather data [net radiation, temperature, relative humidity (RH), wind, and rainfall] to

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Fan-Hsuan Yang, David R. Bryla, and R. Troy Peters

temperature on hot, sunny days. Unfortunately, predictions of heat damage based simply on air-temperature measurements are not always accurate because there are other environmental factors, such as light intensity and wind, that affect the temperature of the

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Ali Akbar Ghasemi Soloklui, Ali Gharaghani, Nnadozie Oraguzie, Saeid Eshghi, and Mohammadreza Vazifeshenas

= −0.57; P = 0.0001) ( Fig. 3C ) and altitude ( r = −0.34; P = 0.006) ( Fig. 3B ). Fig. 3. Pearson’s correlation coefficients between pairs of traits including ( A ) chilling requirement and wind speed, ( B ) stomatal density and altitude, and ( C

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Kelly T. Morgan, Lincoln Zotarelli, and Michael D. Dukes

typically less sensitive to pressure variations compared with turbulent flow emitters. Flow rate of these emitters is controlled by vortex design and orifice diameter. If microsprinkler systems are operated under windy conditions on hot, dry days, wind drift

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Xu Zhang, Na Ta, Wei-ye Tian, Li-jun Gao, and Wei Jiao

. (2016) found that the meteorological factors affecting soil temperature were arranged according to the degree of influence—namely, solar radiation, precipitation, air temperature, water vapor pressure, relative humidity, and wind speed—based on field

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Alberto Pardossi and Luca Incrocci

)] needs the knowledge of crop coefficient (K C ) and reference ET (ET 0 ). The latter quantity can be calculated with Penman–Monteith (P–M) equation ( Allen et al., 1998 ) or other formulas, such as the California Irrigation Management Information System

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Lee F. Johnson, Michael Cahn, Frank Martin, Forrest Melton, Sharon Benzen, Barry Farrara, and Kirk Post

limited soil drying between wetting events. Vegetable and other specialty crop producers on the Central Coast are under regulatory pressure to reduce nitrate loading to groundwater, which occurs partly as a result of irrigation and resultant leaching of

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Jeff B. Million and Thomas H. Yeager

(Maxijet 2045PJ-08 with No. 8 nozzles rated at 11.4 L·min −1 ; Rainbird Corp., Azusa, AZ) on 1.2-m tall risers fitted with 207-kPa pressure regulators were situated at each of the four corners of the irrigation zone. Spray patterns were adjusted to achieve

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Damon E. Abdi and R. Thomas Fernandez

properties between and within chemical classes, with solubility in water, adsorption coefficients, and vapor pressure of a particular compound suggesting the likely fate ( Langeron et al., 2014 ). Pesticide movement in runoff water can occur with the