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Polthanee, A. and M. Srisutham, 2017. Supplementary irrigation for cassava planted in the late rainy season of northeastern Thailand. Asian J. Crop Sci., 9: 100-108.
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Polthanee, A., R. Taboonmuang and J. Manaonok, 2016. Root yield and nutrient removal of four cassava cultivars planted in early rainy season of Northeastern Thailand: Crop experienced to drought at mid-growth stage. Asian J. Crop Sci., 8: 24-30.
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