Seed priming influence on early crop growth, phenological
development and yield performance of linola (Linum usitatissimumL.).
If the phenological
changes in a species are not at the same pace as the climatic shifts it will lead to a mistiming of several seasonal activities .
At this developmental stage of the plant phenological
stages, the occurrence of pest species is more intense, especially Lepidoptera larvae, Coleoptera (weevils), Hemiptera (bugs) and Acari (mites) (Marur & Ruano, 2003).
This is based on an underlying assumption that shoots on the same grapevine are phenologically autonomous, meaning that the phenological
development of a shoot (or cluster) on a grapevine is not influenced by the phenology status of other shoots.
Not all phenological
projects involve technology, and some datasets may not seem scientific at first glance.
This long-term (four years) study evaluated three main questions: what is the phenological
pattern of M.
I found that reproductive phenological
events of Nunavut plants that occur later in the growing season are advancing more than those that occur earlier, reflecting the fact that in the Arctic, late growing season temperatures are rising more than early season temperatures.
plant height, dry matter and leaf area index also affected severely at various phenological
stages under CLCuD infestation.
The animals were fed on cold season cultivated pastures, with and without energetic supplementation, and in three grass phenological
stages (vegetative, pre-flowering and flowering).
A number of studies have addressed the timing of phenological
processes in the Baltic countries.
The methodology used for the phenological
evaluation of guabiju tree was carried out in a direct and qualitative way through analysis of the periods in which flowering and fruiting phenophases occurred (D'ECA NEVES; MORELLATO, 2004).
Such earlier phenological
responses are adaptive, meaning they are associated with fitness benefits, for example higher reproductive output.