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Last edited 29 Mar 2019
Crop-adjusted available water capacity
The ‘crop-adjusted available water capacity’ is a measure of moisture that plants can extract from the soil. It is related to soil texture, soil structure, stoniness and the depth of the soil that roots can exploit.
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