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A mathematical model study on the management of forage crop productivity. Note I: Research on maize carried out in 1986. Part I: Climatic surveys


, : A mathematical model study on the management of forage crop productivity. Note I: Research on maize carried out in 1986. Part I: Climatic surveys. Annali dell' Istituto Sperimentale per la Nutrizione delle Piante1986 1988; 13(2): 2-13

Climatic data for the Mantua region, Italy, were collected for use in a productivity model as part of a series of studies on maize Tiro. The data collection procedure is described.


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