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  1. Vol. 60 No. 5, p. 538-542
     
    Received: Mar 21, 1968


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doi:10.2134/agronj1968.00021962006000050028x

Evapotranspiration-Climate Relations for Several Crops in the Central Great Plains1

  1. R. J. Hanks,
  2. H. R. Gardner and
  3. R. L. Florian2

Abstract

Abstract

Under dryland conditions after periods of substantial rains, evapotranspiration from oats, winter wheat, and native grass was as high as 2.0, 1.5. and 1.0 times the evaporation from a BPI pan. During periods of similar water availability, the ratio of ET to E pan for sudangrass was similar to that for native grass, whereas the ratio for sorghum and millet was about the same as that for wheat.

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