Contribution of agrometeorology to the simulation of crop production and its applications

@inproceedings{Hoogenboom2000ContributionOA,
  title={Contribution of agrometeorology to the simulation of crop production and its applications},
  author={Gerrit Hoogenboom},
  year={2000}
}
Weather has a significant impact on crop growth and development. This paper presents an overview of crop modeling and applications of crop models, and the significance of weather related to these applications. To account for the impact of weather and climate variability on crop production, agrometeorological variables are one of the key inputs required for the operation of crop simulation models. These include maximum and minimum air temperature, total solar radiation, and total rainfall. Most… CONTINUE READING
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