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Crop-Soil Simulation Models Applications in Developing Countries

Edited By: RB Matthews
Publisher: CABI Publishing
Crop-Soil Simulation Models
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  • Crop-Soil Simulation Models ISBN: 9780851995632 Hardback Jan 2002 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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The use of crop-soil modelling has so far been mainly confined to the research community. Practical applications have occurred in the areas of decision tools for irrigation studies and pest management. However, there is potential to increase its applied use. This book reviews progress in crop-soil simulation modelling and assesses its application to agriculture in developing countries. It is based on work sponsored by the Natural Resources Systems Programme of the UK Deparment for International Development.


Models as tools in research; models as decision-support tools; models as tools in education and training; have crop models been useful?; the way forward.

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Edited By: RB Matthews
Publisher: CABI Publishing
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