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Epic Model Parameters for Cereal, Oilseed, and Forage Crops in the Northern Great Plains Region

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  • Kiniry, James R.
  • Major, D. J.
  • Izarralde, R. C.
  • Williams, J. R.
  • Gassman, Philip W.
  • Morrison, M.
  • Bergentine, R.
  • Zentner, R. P.

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  • Kiniry, James R. & Major, D. J. & Izarralde, R. C. & Williams, J. R. & Gassman, Philip W. & Morrison, M. & Bergentine, R. & Zentner, R. P., 1995. "Epic Model Parameters for Cereal, Oilseed, and Forage Crops in the Northern Great Plains Region," Staff General Research Papers Archive 894, Iowa State University, Department of Economics.
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