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|Title:||Long Term Simulation of Soil/crop Interactions to Estimate Management Zones and Consequences for Site Specific Nitrogen Management Considering Water Protection|
|Authors:||KERSEBAUM Christian; REUTER HANNES ISAAK; LORENZ K; WENDROTH Ole|
|Citation:||Precision Agriculture p. 795-802|
|Publisher:||Wageningen Academic Publishers|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Simulations of water and nitrogen dynamics and crop growth of winter wheat were performed for 2 fields in different landscapes of Germany. One field in the north west shows a clear spatial structure and soil texture. Spatial yield data of 3 years were used to validate the model. Stable high and low yield areas were derived from simulations over 32 years. Fertilizer scenarios were used to estimate the amount of maximum annual nitrogen fertilization to meet drinking water standard.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Environment and Sustainability|
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