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1. Introduction.

This chapter focuses on crop management as the foundation of production agriculture. It provides information needed to construct a unified model of the yield production process that applies to all grain crops.

Author(s) : Egli, D. B.

Book chapter : Applied crop physiology: understanding the fundamentals of grain crop management 2021 pp.1-14

2. Special issue.

This issue contains 28 papers focusing on the physiological, biochemical, molecular and genetic mechanisms governing plant development, growth and productivity, including plant interactions with various biotic and abiotic factors.

Publisher : Wiley, Copenhagen, Denmark

Journal issue : Physiologia Plantarum 2021 Vol.171 No.4 pp.469-908

3. Special Issue: Breeding crops for climate resilience.

Publisher : Springer-Verlag GmbH, Berlin, Germany

Journal issue : TAG Theoretical and Applied Genetics 2021 Vol.134 No.6 pp.1607-1866

4. Agribusiness output will grow.

Author(s) : Kondratenko, A.

Publisher : Redaktsiya zhurnala "Zhivotnovodstvo Rossii", Moscow, Russia

Journal article : Zhivotnovodstvo Rossii 2021 No.5 pp.2-6

5. Sun-drying grass in the field.

Author(s) : Ganushchenko, O.; Zenkova, H.

Publisher : Redaktsiya zhurnala "Zhivotnovodstvo Rossii", Moscow, Russia

Journal article : Zhivotnovodstvo Rossii 2021 No.5 pp.39-42

7. Developing decision support systems (DSS) for farm soil and crop management.

Author(s) : Aitkenhead, M.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Advances in measuring soil health 2021 pp.329-353 ref.many

8. Soilless culture systems and growing media in horticulture: an overview.

Author(s) : Gruda, N. S.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Advances in horticultural soilless culture 2021 pp.1-20 ref.48

9. Developments in alternative organic materials for growing media in soilless culture systems.

Author(s) : Gruda, N. S.; Bragg, N.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Advances in horticultural soilless culture 2021 pp.73-106 ref.many

10. Understanding and optimising the biological properties of growing media for soilless cultivation.

Author(s) : Giuffrida, F.; Mauro, R. P.; Zaccheo, P.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Advances in horticultural soilless culture 2021 pp.171-210 ref.many

11. Advances in liquid- and solid-medium soilless culture systems.

Author(s) : Tüzel, Y.; Balliu, A.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Advances in horticultural soilless culture 2021 pp.213-248 ref.many

12. Advances in soilless culture of ornamentals.

Author(s) : Os, E. van; Kromwijk, A.

Publisher : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK

Book chapter : Advances in horticultural soilless culture 2021 pp.401-416 ref.37

14. Farm size and productivity debate in Indian agriculture: five decades of green revolution.

Author(s) : Raya Das

Publisher : Sameeksha Trust, Mumbai, India

Journal article : Economic and Political Weekly 2021 Vol.56 No.9

15. Development of pixel-wise u-net model to assess performance of cereal sowing.

Estimating the plant population after the emergence of plants seems to be the most accurate way to make a fair judgment about the quality of the sowing across a field. A pixel-level classification model based on deep learning methods was used to predict each pixel in the image to recognise the...

Author(s) : Karimi, H.; Navid, H.; Seyedarabi, H.; Jørgensen, R. N.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Biosystems Engineering 2021 Vol.208 pp.260-271

16. Fruit development modelling and performance analysis of automatic greenhouse control.

This paper presents a receding horizon optimal control (RHOC) method with an economic objective function for balancing the cost of resources (resource use×cost) with income through yield (yield×product price). This paper considers the two elements that determine the income through yield. The first...

Author(s) : Kuijpers, W. J. P.; Antunes, D. J.; Hemming, S.; Henten, E. J. van; Molengraft, M. J. G. van de

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Biosystems Engineering 2021 Vol.208 pp.300-318 ref.22

17. Global analysis of phosphorus fertilizer use efficiency in cereal crops.

Due to limits in global phosphate rock reserves for fertilizer use, it is vital to increase phosphorus fertilizer use efficiency (PFUE) to maintain agricultural productivity and food security. With 865 observations from 82 papers we investigated how PFUE in cereal crops was affected by climate...

Author(s) : Yu Xing; Keitel, C.; Dijkstra, F. A.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Global Food Security 2021 Vol.29

18. Machine learning-based crop recognition from aerial remote sensing imagery.

Timely and accurate acquisition of crop distribution and planting area information is important for making agricultural planning and management decisions. This study employed aerial imagery as a data source and machine learning as a classification tool to statically and dynamically identify crops...

Author(s) : Tian YanQin; Yang ChengHai; Huang WenJiang; Tang Jia; Li XingRong; Zhang Qing

Publisher : Higher Education Press, Beijing, China

Journal article : Frontiers of Earth Science 2021 Vol.15 No.1 pp.54-69 ref.many

19. Peat land oil palm farmers' direct and indirect benefits from good agriculture practices.

With economically unsustainable metroxylon sagu (sago palms) found in peat lands, small scale farmers are gradually converting their land to oil palm cultivation. Good agriculture practices (GAP) were inculcated to peat land farmers to ensure that the environmental ecosystem is conserved and oil...

Author(s) : Abd Hair Awang; Rela, I. Z.; Azlan Abas; Mohamad Arfan Johari; Mohammad Effendi Marzuki; Mohd Noor, R. M. F.; Adri Musa

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.14 ref.127

20. Digitally-enabled crop disorder management process based on farmer empowerment for improved outcomes: a case study from Sri Lanka.

We have developed a system facilitated by a mobile artefact to effectively identify crop disorder incidents and manage them using recommended control measures. This work overcomes the limitations of the existing attempts by using digital technology to empower farmers to identify crop disorders...

Author(s) : Sivagnanasundaram, J.; Goonetillake, J.; Buhary, R.; Dharmawardhana, T.; Weerakkody, R.; Gunapala, R.; Ginige, A.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Sustainability 2021 Vol.13 No.14 ref.72

21. Toward sustainable primary production through the application of lean management in south African fruit horticulture.

This paper aims to understand the relationship between patterns of lean practice implementation, farm size and sustainable performance among fruit horticultural primary producers in South Africa. Utilizing a comprehensive lean framework, addressing 10 lean practice dimensions, the authors collected ...

Author(s) : Pearce, D.; Dora, M.; Wesana, J.; Gellynck, X.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Journal of Cleaner Production 2021 Vol.313

22. Designing the crops for the future; the CropBooster Program.

The realization of the full objectives of international policies targeting global food security and climate change mitigation, including the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals, the Paris Climate Agreement COP21 and the European Green Deal, requires that we (i) sustainably increase the...

Author(s) : Harbinson, J.; Parry, M. A. J.; Davies, J.; Rolland, N.; Loreto, F.; Wilhelm, R.; Metzlaff, K.; Lankhorst, R. K.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Biology 2021 Vol.10 No.7 ref.36

23. Nanoparticles in the soil-plant system: a review.

Nanoparticles are increasingly used in many industrial sectors due to their unique properties, yet their introduction in ecosystems is of concern for health and food security. In particular, the accumulation of nanoparticles in soils may disturb the soil and plant system, possibly inducing a risk...

Author(s) : Bilal Ahmed; Asfa Rizvi; Khursheed Ali; Lee Jintae; Almas Zaidi; Khan, M. S.; Javed Musarrat

Publisher : Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany

Journal article : Environmental Chemistry Letters 2021 Vol.19 No.2 pp.1545-1609 ref.many

24. Predicting the adoption of improved cassava varieties in Sierra Leone.

In Sierra Leone cassava plays a major role in households' food and income security. Plant breeders have concentrated on improved varieties with an increasing yields per unit area. This study was designed to identify factors that influence adoption or rejection of improved cassava cultivars by...

Author(s) : Sesay, J. V.; Lebbie, A.; Wadsworth, R. A.

Publisher : Academic Journals, Lagos, Nigeria

Journal article : Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development 2021 Vol.13 No.1 pp.60-68 ref.31

25. Induced mutations in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) and improved grain yield by modifying spike length.

Background and Objective: Wheat bread is classified as the main food crop in Egypt. However, Egypt is the largest importer of wheat globally. The objectives of this study were to increase genetic variation of bread wheat and to identify among mutant lines those with high-yielding under marginal...

Author(s) : Anter, A. S.

Publisher : Asian Network for Scientific Information, Faisalabad, Pakistan

Journal article : Asian Journal of Plant Sciences 2021 Vol.20 No.2 pp.313-323 ref.31