The Influence of Weather on Crops, 1900-1930: A Selected and Annotated Bibliography
U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1931 - Crops and climate - 246 pages
This bibliography is mainly concerned with the influence of weather on crops in connection with the germination, growth, development, susceptibility to disease, and final yield. It contains references to laboratory studies, field studies, and statistical studies on the effect of different conditions of temperature, precipitation, humidity, light, and wind on vegetation in many parts of the world.
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Abstract in Expt Acad agricultural meteorology Agron alfalfa Amer apple author discusses brief account buds chlorophyll citrus cold resistance Compt corn correlation cotton damage date palm Deut discusses the effect drought effect of frost effect of light effect of temperature effect of weather EINFLUSS factors flowering freezing frost injury fruit trees fungi fungus Gard germination Gesell grain Hort humidity influence of light influence of temperature Internatl Jahrb Jour July June Landw LICHTES low temperatures maize meteorological moisture oats peach period PFLANZEN PHOTOPERIODISM photosynthesis Phytopathology Plant Breeding plant growth potatoes precipitation Proc rainfall Rend Research season seedlings seeds Sept soil sugar sugar beet sunshine temperature temperature and rainfall transpiration U. S. Dept U. S. Mo UBER varieties vegetation Weather and Crop weather conditions Weather Rev wind winter injury winter wheat Ztschr