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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Title: Simulating Soil-Water Dynamics in a Field Soil with 2d-Soil

Authors
item Shillito, Rose - UNIV OF MD
item Timlin, Dennis
item Kim, Soo Hyung
item Fleisher, David
item Reddy, Vangimalla
item Quebedeaux, Bruno - UNIV OF MD

Submitted to: Meeting Abstract
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: November 7, 2005
Publication Date: November 7, 2005
Citation: Shillito, R.M., Timlin, D.J., Kim, S., Fleisher, D.H., Reddy, V., Quebedeaux, B. 2005. Simulating soil-water dynamics in a field soil with 2d-soil [abstract]. ASA-CSSA-SSSA Meeting. CD-ROM.

Technical Abstract: Physically-based crop models developed to maximize readily accessible information and minimize internal empirical relationships have the potential to improve farm management, aid in near real-time crop monitoring, and provide more accurate yield predictions. In Maize-Sim, a biophysical corn model has been coupled to 2DSOIL, a two-dimensional soil process simulator, to simulate above- and below-ground growth and development of a corn plant. The objective of the research presented here is to model root activity and soil infiltration in and around a corn plant especially in response to nitrogen stress.

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