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crop productivity


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crop productivity

crop productivity

crop productivity

Cropping Pattern and Agricultural Productivity

Emerging Trends in Cropping Pattern, Crop Diversification, and Agricultural Productivity

Crop Productivity and the Global Livestock Sector: Implications for Land Use Change and Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Crop genetic diversity, farm productivity and the management of environmental risk in rainfed agriculture

Improving crop productivity and resource use efficiency to ensure food security and environmental quality in China

Manipulating photorespiration to increase plant productivity: recent advances and perspectives for crop improvement

How can we improve crop genotypes to increase stress resilience and productivity in a future climate? A new crop screening method based on productivity and resistance to abiotic stress

Improving ecophysiological simulation models to predict the impact of elevated atmospheric CO2 concentration on crop productivity

Comment on ‘Improving ecophysiological simulation models to predict the impact of elevated CO2 concentration on crop productivity’ by X. Yin

Reddy KR, Hodges HF, eds. 1999. Climate change and global crop productivity. 472 pp. CAB International: Wallingford & New York. £75 (hardback).

Sugarcane for water-limited environments. Variation in stomatal conductance and its genetic correlation with crop productivity

Maximizing root/rhizosphere efficiency to improve crop productivity and nutrient use efficiency in intensive agriculture of China

The post-independence decline and rise of crop productivity in sub-Saharan Africa: measurement and explanations

 

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A measure of efficiency, that is, output (production) per unit of input over time; for example grams of biomass per square metre per day, or crop yield expressed in tonnes per hectare per season. Can also be expressed in terms of labour or financial inputs, solar energy inputs, and so forth.

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