It's a generic question but was wondering if there is a threshold level of soil water beyond which planting a crop (for e.g. soybean) can be hindered because the soil is too wet or flooded.
As a background, for a given location, I have the soil water content coming out of a water balance model. In a real world, how much excess soil water compared to field capacity would ideally prevent planting of crops.The reason I am asking is because I am making a model on planting days where a day is classified as 'no planting' given excess water in the soil.
Adding to this, my water model generates soil water content and surface runoff as well