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et al.. Using irrigation intervals to optimize water-use efficiency and maize yield in Xinjiang, northwest China. Worldwide, scarce water resources and substantial food demands require efficient water use and high yield. This study investigated whether irrigation frequency can be used to adjust soil moisture to increase grain yield and water use efficiency (WUE) of high-yield maize under conditions of mulching and drip irrigation. A field experiment was conducted using three irrigationdoi:10.1016/j.cj.2018.10.008 fatcat:y4cvqrpolrd6vgbuur5if4bfcy