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A simulation approach for evaluating maize yield potential in different environments
Agronomy & Horticulture -- Faculty Publications
  • Haishun S. Yang, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • Achim R. Dobermann, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • Kenneth G Cassman, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
  • Daniel T. Walters, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • John L. Lindquist, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Date of this Version
1-1-2003
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Powerpoint (2003) 37 slides

Abstract
What is yield potential? To achieve yield potential of an environment: Why yield potential important? Objectives: Nebraska (NE): To estimate yield potential across NE requires: How to estimate yield potential across NE? Choice of model: Hybrid-Maize Simulation of best yields under current practices Current practices: best yields Current practices: variation of best yields To achieving full yield potential: Optimal management: gain in season length Optimal management: gain in yield Optimal management: temporal (mean=14 y) variation of yields Conclusions
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Haishun S. Yang, Achim R. Dobermann, Kenneth G Cassman, Daniel T. Walters, et al.. "A simulation approach for evaluating maize yield potential in different environments" (2003)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/john_lindquist/32/