Identification of yield limiting phenological phases of oats to improve crop management

@article{Finnan2016IdentificationOY,
  title={Identification of yield limiting phenological phases of oats to improve crop management},
  author={J. Finnan and J. Spink},
  journal={The Journal of Agricultural Science},
  year={2016},
  volume={155},
  pages={1 - 17}
}
SUMMARY The optimization of management practices for oats is hindered by a lack of knowledge of the critical phenological phases at which management should be focussed. The objective of the present review was to identify the yield-limiting phases in the growth of the oat crop in order to optimize management and to maximize yield. The methodology employed was to identify characteristics associated with either the pre-anthesis grain number determination phase or with the post-anthesis grain… Expand
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