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The effect of rice straw mulch on evapotranspiration, transpiration and soil evaporation of irrigated wheat in Punjab, India
Soil evaporation (Es) is considered to be a non-productive component of evapotranspiration (ET). So, measures which moderate Es may influence the amount of water available for transpiration (T), theExpand
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Applying non‐steady‐state compartmental analysis to investigate the simultaneous degradation of soluble and sorbed glyphosate (N‐(phosphonomethyl)glycine) in four soils
The decomposition behaviour of glyphosate in four Victorian soils was investigated at two temperatures using non-steady-state compartmental analysis. At 25°C, glyphosate degradation was shownExpand
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Response of subterranean clover, balansa clover, and gland clover to lime when grown in mixtures on an acid soil
This study compared the relative tolerances of subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum L.), balansa clover (T. michelianum Savi.), and gland clover (T. glanduliferum Boiss.) to acid soilExpand
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Crop row spacing and its influence on the partitioning of evapotranspiration by winter-grown wheat in Northern Syria
A study was conducted during the 1996–97 crop growth season at ICARDA in northern Syria, to investigate the influence of wheat canopy architecture on the partitioning of moisture between soilExpand
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Growth, yield and water productivity of zero till wheat as affected by rice straw mulch and irrigation schedule
Intensive cultivation of rice and wheat in north-west India has resulted in air pollution from rice straw burning, soil degradation and declining groundwater resources. The retention of rice residuesExpand
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Influence of incubation temperature on the behavior of triethylamine-extractable glyphosate (N-phosphonomethylglycine) in four soils.
  • P. Eberbach
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
  • 30 April 1999
The behavior of glyphosate, extracted from four soils using aqueous triethylamine, was investigated at two temperatures. For each soil, and at both temperatures, there was a marked loss in the amountExpand
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The transpiration response by four topographically distributed Eucalyptus species, to rainfall occurring during drought in south eastern Australia
Vegetation covers a substantial proportion of the terrestrial Earth surface and where removed from human influence has evolved influenced mainly by climatic and edaphic constraints. Over the past 200Expand
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Uptake and translocation of 14C-glyphosate in Alternanthera philoxeroides (Mart.) Griseb. (alligator weed). II: Effect of plant size and photoperiod
Summary: Resume: Zusammenfassung Alternanthera philoxeroides, grown under 10 h short-day (SD) or 16 h long-day (LD) photo-periods, was administered foliar application of 14C-glyphosate equivalentExpand
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Simulation of the evaporation of soil water beneath a wheat crop canopy
The evaporation of soil water (Es) is an important component of the water balance in cropping systems. Although Es is considered to be non-beneficial (not directly related to crop production), it mayExpand
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