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Stress Day Index to Predict Soybean Yield Response by Subsurface Drainage in Poorly Drained Sloping Paddy Fields
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Stress Day Index to Predict Soybean Yield Response by Subsurface Drainage in Poorly Drained Sloping Paddy Fields
Jung, Ki-Yuol; Yun, Eul-Soo; Park, Chang-Young; Hwang, Jae-Bok; Choi, Young-Dae; Park, Ki-Do;
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 Abstract
There are considerable areas of wet paddy fields in Korea that requires improvement of its drainage system. In poorly drained sloping paddy fields, upland crops can be damaged by either rainfall or capillary rise of the water table caused by percolating water beneath the upper fields during summertime rainy season. The purpose of this study is to evaluate excess water stress of soybean yield by drainage systems. Four drainage methods namely open ditch, vinyl barrier, pipe drainage and tube bundle were installed within 1-m position at the lower edge of the upper paddy fields. Stress Day Index (SDI) approach was developed to quantify the the cumulative effect of stress imposed on a soybean yield throughout the growing season. SDI was determined from a stress day factor (SD) and a crop susceptibility factor (CS). The stress day factor is a measure degree and duration of stress of the (). The crop susceptibility factor (CS) depends of a given excess water on crop stage. The results showed that SDI used to represent the moisture stress index was most low on the pipe drainage 64.75 compared with the open ditch 355.4, vinyl barrier 271.55 and tube bundle 171.55. Soybean grain yield increased continuously with the rate of 3% in Vinyl Barrier, 32% in Pipe Drainage and 16% in Tube Bundle.
 Keywords
Stress Day Index;Subsurface drainage;Soybean;Stress day factor;;
 Language
Korean
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