The impact of weather on the two varieties of winter jowar at Sholapur
Keywords:impact of weather, minimum and maximum temperatures, weather factors
The paper analyses the relationship between different weather factors like rainfall, minimum and maximum temperatures as independent variables and winter jowar yield as the dependent variable by two methods, namely, (a) the Fisher's technique of regression integral and (b) the selected periods of regression function. For a discontinuous phenomenon such as rainfall at Sholapur, the Fisherian technique seems to be not quite appropriate. The 22-year data analysed was collected at the crop weather station located in Sholapur (Maharashtra).
The estimated values of yield by the Fisherian technique applied to the maximum temperature and by the selected periods method as applied to rainfall are found to be quite good in agreement.
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