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Tree-crop interactions: manipulation of water use and root function

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  • Ong, C. K.
  • Wilson, J.
  • Deans, J. D.
  • Mulayta, J.
  • Raussen, T.
  • Wajja-Musukwe, N.

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  • Ong, C. K. & Wilson, J. & Deans, J. D. & Mulayta, J. & Raussen, T. & Wajja-Musukwe, N., 2002. "Tree-crop interactions: manipulation of water use and root function," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 53(1-3), pages 171-186, February.
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    1. White, D. A. & Dunin, F. X. & Turner, N. C. & Ward, B. H. & Galbraith, J. H., 2002. "Water use by contour-planted belts of trees comprised of four Eucalyptus species," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 53(1-3), pages 133-152, February.
    2. Burgess, Stephen S. O. & Adams, Mark A. & Turner, Neil C. & Ward, Brett, 2000. "Characterisation of hydrogen isotope profiles in an agroforestry system: implications for tracing water sources of trees," Agricultural Water Management, Elsevier, vol. 45(3), pages 229-241, August.
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