Water productivities (WP) are defined for different scales that can be considered in an agricultural area, such as the crop, the field and the regional scale.
|Title of host publication||Water productivity of irrigated crops in Sirsa District, India|
|Editors||J.C. van Dam, R.S. Malik|
|Place of Publication||[S.l.]|
|Number of pages||173|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|
- agricultural production
- soil water
- plant water relations
- remote sensing
Leffelaar, P. A., van Dam, J. C., Bessembinder, J. J. E., & Ponsioen, T. C. (2003). Integration of remote sensing and simulation of crop growth, soil water and solute transport at regional scale. In J. C. van Dam, & R. S. Malik (Eds.), Water productivity of irrigated crops in Sirsa District, India (pp. 121-134). [S.l.]: S.n..