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  1. Vol. 13 No. 2, p. 240-242
     
    Received: Nov 6, 1972


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doi:10.2135/cropsci1973.0011183X001300020027x

Variability in Radiation Received by Small Plots of Sugarcane Due to Differences in Canopy Heights1

  1. D. A. Tovey,
  2. K. T. Glasziou,
  3. R. H. Farquhar and
  4. T. A. Bull2

Abstract

Abstract

Solar radiation receipt of isolated tall plots and embedded short plots of sugarcane (Saccharum hybrid) was calculated for several plot sizes and compared with that received by uniformly level plots. The differences in energy received were capable of causing serious errors when assessing mutual relationships between small plots of sugarcane or other tall row crops. Extrapolating from performance in small plots to expected field performance is likely to be invalid without adequate precautions in trial design.

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