Features , Applications , and Limitations of the Hybrid-Maize Simulation Model

  title={Features , Applications , and Limitations of the Hybrid-Maize Simulation Model},
  author={Haishun Yang and Achim R. Dobermann and Kenneth G. Cassman and Daniel Walters},
The objective of this paper is to provide an overview of the HybridMaize software (www.hybridmaize.unl.edu, verified 28 Feb. 2006), with emphasis on its practical applications based on our own experience and feedback from users. The Hybrid-Maize model is a computer program that simulates the growth and yield of a corn crop (Zea mays L.) under nonlimiting or water-limited (rainfed or irrigated) conditions. The scientific formulations of the model and its test and validation was published… CONTINUE READING
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