Observed changes in winter wheat phenology in the North China Plain for 1981–2009

@article{Xiao2013ObservedCI,
  title={Observed changes in winter wheat phenology in the North China Plain for 1981–2009},
  author={Dengpan Xiao and Fulu Tao and Yujie Liu and Wenjiao Shi and Mingyu Wang and Fengshan Liu and Shuai Zhang and Zhu Zhu},
  journal={International Journal of Biometeorology},
  year={2013},
  volume={57},
  pages={275-285}
}
Climate change in the last three decades could have major impacts on crop phenological development and subsequently on crop productivity. In this study, trends in winter wheat phenology are investigated in 36 agro-meteorological stations in the North China Plain (NCP) for the period 1981–2009. The study shows that the dates of sowing (BBCH 00), emergence (BBCH 10) and dormancy (start of dormancy) are delayed on the average by 1.5, 1.7 and 1.5 days/decade, respectively. On the contrary, the… CONTINUE READING
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