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The crop-water level response model of rice under alternate drought and waterlogging

@inproceedings{Yu2012TheCL,
  title={The crop-water level response model of rice under alternate drought and waterlogging},
  author={Shuang’en Yu and Zi-mei Miao and Guangcheng Shao and Jihui Ding},
  year={2012}
}
In order to investigate the relationship between paddy rice subjected to alternate drought and waterlogging and water level, the water level was used as the index of field water status and the suitable water level for water-saving and high yield at each growth stage of rice was determined, which is th growth stage is more than the upper limit of the suitable water level. The degree of drought was measured by the index of i H SEW min, , which represents the accumulation of water depth that the… 
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