Crop response of drought-tolerant and conventional maize hybrids in a semiarid environment

@article{Mounce2016CropRO,
  title={Crop response of drought-tolerant and conventional maize hybrids in a semiarid environment},
  author={Ryan B. Mounce and Susan A. O’Shaughnessy and Brock C. Blaser and Paul D. Colaizzi and Steven R. Evett},
  journal={Irrigation Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={34},
  pages={231-244}
}
Abstract In the High Plains, corn (Zea mays L.) is an important commodity for livestock feed. However, limited water resources and drought conditions continue to hinder corn production. Drought-tolerant (DT) corn hybrids could help maintain high yields under water-limited conditions, though consistent response of such hybrids is unverified. In this two-year study, the effects of three irrigation treatments were investigated for a DT and conventional maize hybrid, Pioneer AQUAMax P0876HR and… CONTINUE READING

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