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Sojka, R.E. and Sadler, E.J. and Camp, C.R. and Arnold, F.B. (1987) Comparison of Campbell-leaf press with standard plant water stress measurements for four species. pp. 39-45. In: Proc. of Int. Conf. on Meas. of Soil & Plant Water Status, Vol. 2. 1987.

Wright, James L. (1996) Derivation of alfalfa and grass reference evapotranspiration. pp. 133-140. In: Camp, C.R. and Sadler, E.J. and Yoder, R.E. (eds.) Proc. Intl. Conf. Irrigation Assoc. and Intl. Committee on Irrigation Drainage. Evapotranspiration and Irrigation Scheduling. USA-TX-San Antonio, 1996/11/03-06. American Society of Agricultural Engineers.

Camp, C.R. and Sadler, E.J. and Busscher, W.J. and Sojka, R.E. and Karlen, D.L. (1995) Experiences with microirrigation for agronomic crops in the southeastern USA. pp. 638-644. In: Proc. of the Fifth International Microirrigation Congress. USA-FL-Orlando, 1995/04/02-06.

Bjorneberg, D.L. and Evans, R.G. and Sadler, E.J. (2017) Irrigation Management. In: Delgado, J. and Sassenrath, G. and Mueller, T., (eds.) Precision Conservation: Geospatial Techniques for Agricultural and Natural Resources Conservation. 16 pp. American Society of Agronomy and Crop Science Society of America, Inc., Madison, WI. Available: doi:10.2134/agronmonogr59.2013.0025

Sadler, E.J. and Karlen, D.L. and Sojka, R.E. and Scott, H.D. (1991) Morphological, temporal, and nodal accumulation of nutrients by determinate soybean. Journal of Plant Nutrition. 14(8):775-807.

Sojka, R.E. and Karlen, D.L. and Sadler, E.J. (1988) Planting geometries and the efficient use of water and nutrients. In: Proc. SSSA, CSSA, ASA. USA-GA-Atlanta, 1987/11/30-12/01.

Sojka, R.E. and Karlen, D.L. and Sadler, E.J. (1988) Planting geometries and the efficient use of water and nutrients. ASA Special Pub No. 51. pp. 43-69.

Sojka, R.E. and Sadler, E.J. and Camp, C.R. and Arnold, F.B. (1990) A comparison of pressure chamber, leaf-press, and canopy temperature for four species under humid conditions. Environmental and Experimental Botony. 30(1):75-83.

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