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Estimates of prairie provincial wheat yields based on precipitation and potential evapotranspiration



Estimates of prairie provincial wheat yields based on precipitation and potential evapotranspiration



Canadian Journal of Plant Science 53(1): 17-30



Meteorologically-based estimates of wheat yields in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba were made for 1952-67 by weighting estimates for 42 prairie crop districts according to the number of hectares of wheat/district. Crop district estimates were computed from pre-season conserved precipitation, May-July monthly precipitation and estimated potential evapotranspiration (PE) data, using regression equations derived separately for different parts of the prairies.

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DOI: 10.4141/cjps73-003


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