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Differences of response to cool summer damage and wet damage among upland crops

Differences of response to cool summer damage and wet damage among upland crops

JARQ Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly 18(4): 268-274

The effects of climate on yields of soyabeans, adzuki beans kidney beans sugarbeet, potatoes, wheat and forage maize in the upland areas of Tokachi district are reported. Av. yields were 1.88, 1.45, 1.69, 47.4, 31.9, 2.55 and 48.9 t/ha, resp. Relative yields for each crop for 1970-81 and correlation coefficients between yields and air temp., precipitation and duration of sunshine are presented.

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