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Utilization of thermal infrared thermometry for detection of water stress in spring barley

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  • Tubaileh, Azzam. S.
  • Sammis, Theodore W.
  • Lugg, David G.

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  • Tubaileh, Azzam. S. & Sammis, Theodore W. & Lugg, David G., 1986. "Utilization of thermal infrared thermometry for detection of water stress in spring barley," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 12(1-2), pages 75-85, October.
  • Handle: RePEc:eee:agiwat:v:12:y:1986:i:1-2:p:75-85
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    2. Feiziasl, V. & Jafarzadeh, J. & Sadeghzadeh, B. & Mousavi Shalmani, M.A., 2022. "Water deficit index to evaluate water stress status and drought tolerance of rainfed barley genotypes in cold semi-arid area of Iran," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 262(C).
    3. Singh, Jasreman & Ge, Yufeng & Heeren, Derek M. & Walter-Shea, Elizabeth & Neale, Christopher M.U. & Irmak, Suat & Woldt, Wayne E. & Bai, Geng & Bhatti, Sandeep & Maguire, Mitchell S., 2021. "Inter-relationships between water depletion and temperature differential in row crop canopies in a sub-humid climate," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 256(C).
    4. Xie, Jinhui & Cardenas, Elsa S. & Sammis, Theodore W. & Wall, Marisa M. & Lindsey, Donald L. & Murray, Leigh W., 1999. "Effects of irrigation method on chile pepper yield and Phytophthora root rot incidence," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 42(2), pages 127-142, November.

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