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David R. Bryla, Thomas J. Trout, and James E. Ayars

No. 21428 Trout, T. Gartung, G. 2006 Use of crop canopy size to estimate crop coefficients for vegetable crops ASCE Conf. Proc. 200 297 303 Trout, T.J. Johnson, L.F. 2007 Estimating crop water use from remote sensed NDVI, crop models, and reference ET

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Xiaonan Shi, Ricardo Hernández, and Mark Hoffmann

.K. Song, Y.H. 2007 Is plant growth driven by sink regulation? Implications for crop models, phenotyping approaches and ideotypes Frontis 21 155 168 Durner, E.F. Poling, E.B. Mass, J.L. 2002 Recent advances in strawberry plug transplant

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Dalyn McCauley, Alexander Levin, and Lloyd Nackley

. Conclusion Mini-lysimeters used in nursery and greenhouse crops have become powerful tools for measuring ET a of container plants accurately, calibrating crop models, assessing plant physiological traits, and using water resources efficiently. When

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Jonathan M. Frantz and Peter Ling

Taub, D.R. Wang, X. 2008 Why are nitrogen concentrations in plant tissues lower under elevated CO2? A critical examination of the hypotheses J. Integr. Plant Biol. 50 1365 1374 Thornley, J.H.M. Johnson, I.R. 2000 Plant and crop modeling: A mathematical

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Oliver Körner, Jesper Mazanti Aaslyng, Andrea Utoft Andreassen, and Niels Holst

simulatiemodel voor transpiratie en wateropname en van een integral gewasmodel (in Dutch; Development of a simulation model for transpiration and water uptake and an integral crop model) DLO Rapport 18, AB-DLO Wageningen, The Netherlands

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Francisco Alcon, Mari Carmen García-Martínez, María Dolores De-Miguel, and María Ángeles Fernández-Zamudio

cropping models, all of which require more or less complex technology. This system has a series of advantages and drawbacks when compared with traditional production in soil. Among the most outstanding advantages are higher efficiency in the use of

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Arthur Villordon, Julio Solis, Don LaBonte, and Christopher Clark

US1YIELD potential of ‘Beauregard’ is clearly higher, i.e., 19.2 ton/ha (≈1.9 U.S. #1 per hill) ( Rolston et al., 1987 ). The availability of well-calibrated agroclimatic-driven crop models will enable researchers to account for yield variability

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Kellie J. Walters, Bridget K. Behe, Christopher J. Currey, and Roberto G. Lopez

, J. Zimmerman, J. Welle, P. 2005 Multifunctional agriculture in the United States Bioscience 55 27 38 Boote, K.J. Jones, J.W. Pickering, N.B. 1996 Potential uses and limitations of crop models Agron. J. 88 704 716 Both, A.J. 1995 Dynamic simulation of

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Bruno Casamali, Marc W. van Iersel, and Dario J. Chavez

. Stehfest, E. Yang, H. Jones, J.W. 2014 Assessing agricultural risks of climate change in the 21st century in a global gridded crop model intercomparison Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 111 3268 3273 doi: 10.1073/pnas.1222463110 Smith, C.B. Taylor, G.A. 1952