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Normalized crop susceptibility factors for corn and soybean to excess water stress

By: Evans, R.O.
Contributor(s): Skaggs, R.W [coaut.] | Sneed, R.E [coaut.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticlePublisher: 1990ISSN: 0001-2351.Subject(s): Glycine genus | Gramineae | Leguminosae | Miscellaneous plant disorders | Natural resources | Papilionoideae | Stress | Water resources | ZeaDDC classification: 91-071914 In: Transactions of the ASAE [American Society of Agricultural Engineers] v. 33, no. 4, p. 1153-116191-071914Summary: Crop susceptibility factors for plants stressed by excessive soil water conditions (wet stress) are presented for five growth stages based on four years of experimental data for corn and five years of data for soybean. Corn was most susceptible to wet stress just prior to tasseling and soybean was most susceptible during the pod filling stage. A normalizing approach is presented that reduces the sensitivity of the crop susceptibility factor to the level of stress imposed. Evidence is presented based on data from three independent studies on corn to show that use of the normalized crop susceptibility (NCS) factor reduces its dependence on stress durationCollection: AGRIS Collection
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Crop susceptibility factors for plants stressed by excessive soil water conditions (wet stress) are presented for five growth stages based on four years of experimental data for corn and five years of data for soybean. Corn was most susceptible to wet stress just prior to tasseling and soybean was most susceptible during the pod filling stage. A normalizing approach is presented that reduces the sensitivity of the crop susceptibility factor to the level of stress imposed. Evidence is presented based on data from three independent studies on corn to show that use of the normalized crop susceptibility (NCS) factor reduces its dependence on stress duration

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