2 edition of Heat units and crop growth [by] Robert M. Holmes and Geo. W. Robertson. found in the catalog.
Heat units and crop growth [by] Robert M. Holmes and Geo. W. Robertson.
Canada. Dept. of Agriculture. Field Husbandry, Soils and Agricultural Engineering Division
|Contributions||Holmes, Robert M, Robertson, George W|
|LC Classifications||S600 C3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||31|
Table Occurrence of operation based on date/heat unit. Heat unit scheduling can also be used to adjust operations to the weather (temperatures) from year to year. If heat units are not scheduled (set to 0), operations will occur on the date as scheduled in the operation schedule. The will occur on the same date every year the crop is Size: 1MB. Joint Impacts of Heat and Moisture on Global Crop Yields. Corey Lesk, Columbia Univ., New York, NY; and E. D. Coffel, J. M. Winter, D. Ray, and R. M. Horton Florida State Univ., Tallahassee, FL; and C. Fite and C. Holmes Poster Session 13 and D. B. Kluver and W. Robertson S A Spatiotemporal Analysis of Annual Extreme Precipitation.
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Temperature is a key factor for the timing of biological processes, and hence the growth and development of plants. Crop heat unit (CHU) or thermal time or growing degree days is a.
Appendices cover Carnot and Stirling Efficiency, mathematical techniques for solving heat transfer problems, and case studies.
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"So long as mankind lived by raising crops and herding animals, there was not much need for measuring small units of time. The seasons were all important - to know when to expect the rain, the snow, the sun, the cold. Why bother with hours and minutes. Daylight was the only important time, the only time when men could work.".
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