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Drip irrigation technology can directly transport fertilizer and water to the root zone of crops and effectively improve the fertilizer utilization rate, but improper fertilization can lead to emitter blockage, reducing fertilization uniformity and resulting in crop yield loss. This paper tested...
Canopy temperature (Tc) measurements are increasingly being used to compute crop thermal indices for water stress estimation and improved irrigation management. Conventionally monitoring crop thermal response requires maintenance of a well-watered crop from which non-stressed canopy temperature...
Applying hydrological concepts, such as water footprint, economical water footprint, and virtual water trade is necassary to improve water resource management. This study considers the concepts of water footprint and economical water footprint to prioritize the cultivation of rain-fed and...
Glacial and snow meltwater from high mountains plays a critical role in the regulation of river discharge and impacts the irrigation of croplands in arid regions. In this study, the variable infiltration capacity (VIC)-glacier hydrological model combined with a crop yield model (CROPR model) was...
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