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Improving Crop Adaptation through Improved Phenology Prediction: A Case Study with Chickpea

by Yash Chauhan 1,* and Merrill Ryan 2
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Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Queensland Government, Kingaroy, QLD 4610, Australia
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Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Hermitage Research Facility, Hermitage, QLD 4370, Australia
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Presented at the Third International Tropical Agriculture Conference (TROPAG 2019), Brisbane, Australia, 11–13 November 2019.
Proceedings 2019, 36(1), 119; https://doi.org/10.3390/proceedings2019036119
Published: 6 March 2020
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Flowering time is a key phenological stage which in chickpea has been considered to be mainly driven by photoperiod and temperature. [...]
Keywords: Cicer arietinum; flowering; photoperiod; soil water; temperature Cicer arietinum; flowering; photoperiod; soil water; temperature
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Chauhan, Y.; Ryan, M. Improving Crop Adaptation through Improved Phenology Prediction: A Case Study with Chickpea. Proceedings 2019, 36, 119.

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