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Economically Optimum Irrigation Patternsfor Grain Sorghum Production: Texas High Plains

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Title Economically Optimum Irrigation Patternsfor Grain Sorghum Production: Texas High Plains
Creator Zavaleta, L. R. Lacewell, R. D. Taylor, C. R.
Description Agricultural production and associated economic effects of irrigation on the Texas High Plains are seriously threatened by a rapidly declining groundwater supply and a swift upward trend in energy costs. To optimize the amount of irrigation water to be applied during specified periods of the production process, a stochastic open-loop feedback control policy was built into a grain sorghum growth simulation model. The control policy operated under the basis of constant revision of the...
Publisher Texas Water Resources Institute
Date 2007-12-07T21:34:50Z 2007-12-07T21:34:50Z 1979-03
Type Technical Report
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1969.1/6278
Language en_US
Relation TR-100;

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