Assessing yield potential
Using Yield Prophet® to determine the likely impacts of climate change on wheat and barley production
James Hunt1, Zvi Hochman2, Bill Long3, Dean Holzworth4, Anthony Whitbread5, Stephen van Rees1 and Peter DeVoil6
Estimating grain yield with the French and Schultz approaches Vs simulating attainable yield with APSIM on the Eyre Peninsula
Anthony Whitbread1 and Jonathan Hancock2
A national benchmark for the Australian wheat industry: accounting for overlooked climate drivers
Alistair Doherty1, Daniel Rodriguez1, Andries Potgieter1, Victor Sadras2
Modification to the French and Shultz formula to account for soil type and within-season rainfall.
Yvette Oliver1, Michael Robertson2 and Peter Stone3
Relationships between growing season rainfall, grain yield and yield components suggest that wheat requires one ear/m2 per millimetre of rainfall to achieve its water-limited potential
Heping Zhang1, Narelle Simpson2, Steve Milroy1, Michael Poole1 and Neil Turner3
Soil nitrogen and water dynamics in crops following perennial pastures under drought conditions.
SL Ellis1,3,4, MH Ryan2, JF Angus3 and JE Pratley1