SORGHUM Genotype and Environment Effects on Dynamics of Harvest Index during Grain Filling in Sorghum

@inproceedings{Hammer2002SORGHUMGA,
  title={SORGHUM Genotype and Environment Effects on Dynamics of Harvest Index during Grain Filling in Sorghum},
  author={Graeme L. Hammer and Ian J. Broad},
  year={2002}
}
chow and Sinclair, 1991), and sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) (Chapman et al., 1993). An approach based on a linear rate of increase in harvest index Deficiencies in the HI approach, however, may be (HI) with time after anthesis has been used as a simple means to predict grain growth and yield in many crop simulation models. When associated with use of a constant rate of HI increase applied to diverse situations, however, this approach has been found across diverse environments, particularly… CONTINUE READING
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