Crop attributes as an indicator of the final yield- Wheat in jalgaon and Niphad
Keywords:Crop yield, different climatic cum soil conditions, correlated with yield
Crop yield is the integrated effect of crop attributes. However all the crop attributes will not have similar amounts of influence under different climatic cum soil conditions. The differential impact of crop attributes on yield of wheat grown at Jalgaon and Niphad has been discussed.
Although all the four crop attributes are significantly correlated with yield when taken severally, it was found that when taken jointly, height is the significant factor at both the stations. In addition to this, shoot is a factor at Jalgaon whereas plant appears to be a factor at Niphad.
Using the crop attributes it is possible to forecast the final yield with sufficient accuracy well in advance of harvest when the crop is hardly ten weeks old.
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