Evaluation of stress coefficient methods to estimate crop evapotranspiration
Increased competition for water resources is placing pressure on the agricultural sector to remain profitable while reducing water use. Remote sensing techniques have been developed to monitor crop water stress and produce information for evapotranspiration (ET) based irrigation scheduling decisions. Use of stress detection methods allows producers to avoid exceeding set crop water stress levels and keep operations sustainable under limited irrigation despite some yield reduction. Remote sensing data such as spectral reflectance and infrared canopy temperature can be used to quantify crop water ...
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Kullberg, Emily G.
Chávez, José L.