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The following is based largely on the author's summary of this account of investigations in Kenya. The percentage of barley shoots attacked by larvae ...Read more
The rate of evaporation from a crop is expressed in terms of weather parameters and a quantity rS derived from profiles of temperature, humidity, and ...Read more
Bare soil evolved a maximum of 7 g CO3/m2/day in summer and a minimum of 1 g/m2/day in winter; the Q10 was 3. Root respiration, i.e. the difference in...Read more
DM production ranged from <2 g/m2 day in winter to 20 g/m2 day in spring in barley cv. Sekitori-Sai No.1 sown in 15-cm bands 55 cm apart with 105 p...Read more
An empirical model used to standardize data on root investigations was P = 100 (1-e-fx) where P was the percentage of roots in x cm of soil, and f was...Read more
Relationships between leaf relative water content (RWC), esmotic potential ( pi ), leaf water potential ( psi ) and leaf diffusion resistance (LDR) ar...Read more
The nematode fauna of 4 cropping systems were studied for 5 years in central Sweden. Plots were cropped as follows: barley with (B120) and without (BO...Read more
Barley and perennial ryegrass were grown at various densities in boxes and Italian ryegrass and timothy at various densities in the field. The initial...Read more
A critical assessment was made of the use of hemispherical photography in fully-developed wheat and barley canopies. It is concluded that black-and-wh...Read more
Spring cereals (oats and barley) were grown during 1984-86 on abandoned cut-over peatland sites with different amounts of vegetation in central Finlan...Read more