Precipitation-optimised targeting of nitrogen fertilisers in a model maize cropping system.

@article{McKayFletcher2020PrecipitationoptimisedTO,
  title={Precipitation-optimised targeting of nitrogen fertilisers in a model maize cropping system.},
  author={Daniel McKay Fletcher and Siul A. Ruiz and Tiago Dias and David R. Chadwick and D L Jones and Tiina Roose},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2020},
  pages={
          144051
        }
}
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