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Precision agriculture '15
A hybrid approach for optimizing irrigation was developed and tested via simulation of cotton cultivation in Northern Greece. At any given day during the season the remaining cultivation days were conceptually split into two parts: the five coming days and the rest of the season. Accurate weather forecasts were assumed to be available for the first period, during which only one irrigation event could take place. For the second period, average historical weather data were used as long-termdoi:10.3920/978-90-8686-814-8_89 fatcat:mygv4ibbpnaj5bvacgemlfzcfa