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Hammer, G.L. and Muchow, R C (1994) Assessing climatic risk to sorghum production in water-limited subtropical environments. I.Development and testing of a simulation model. Field Crops Research, 36 3: 221-234. doi:10.1016/0378-4290(94)90114-7 65   69 Cited 69 times in Scopus69 0
Muchow, R.C., Hammer, G.L. and Vanderlip, R.L. (1994) Assessing climatic risk to sorghum production in water-limited subtropical environments. II.Effects of planting date, soil water at planting, and cultivar phenology. Field Crops Research, 36 3: 235-246. doi:10.1016/0378-4290(94)90115-5 52   29 Cited 32 times in Scopus32 0
Vanderlip, R.L., Hammer, G.L. and Muchow, R.C. (1996) Assessing planting opportunities in semiarid subtropical environments. Agricultural Systems, 51 1: 97-112. doi:10.1016/0308-521X(95)00015-W 33   1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 0
Higgins, A. J., Haynes, M. A., Muchow, R. C. and Prestwidge, D. B. (2004) Developing and Implementing Optimised Sugarcane Harvest Schedules Through Participatory Research. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 55 3: 297-306. doi:10.1071/AR03172 145   2 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Wegener, Malcolm K., Muchow, R. C., Robertson, M. J. and Inman-Bamber, N. G. (2000) Economic evaluation of investment in research: The use of supplementary irrigation in Australian sugarcane production. Proceedings of Australian Sugar Cane Technologists Conference, 22 178-185. 44  
Kamoshita, A., Fukai, S., Muchow, R. C. and Cooper, M. (1999) Grain nitrogen concentration differences among three sorghum hybrids with similar grain yield. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 50 2: 137-145. doi:10.1071/A98029 61   4 0
Carberry, P.S., Muchow, R.C. and Hammer, G.L. (1993) Modelling genotypic and environmental control of leaf area dynamics in grain sorghum. II. Individual leaf level. Field Crops Research, 33 3: 311-328. doi:10.1016/0378-4290(93)90088-5 50   35 Cited 35 times in Scopus35 0
Carberry, P.S., Hammer, G.L. and Muchow, R.C. (1993) Modelling genotypic and environmental control of leaf area dynamics in grain sorghum. III. Senescence and prediction of green leaf area. Field Crops Research, 33 3: 329-351. doi:10.1016/0378-4290(93)90089-6 45   17 Cited 14 times in Scopus14 0
Hammer, G.L., Carberry, P.S. and Muchow, R.C. (1993) Modelling genotypic and environmental control of leaf area dynamics in grain sorghum. I. Whole plant level. Field Crops Research, 33 3: 293-310. doi:10.1016/0378-4290(93)90087-4 42   64 Cited 67 times in Scopus67 0
Muchow, R. C., Hammer, G. L. and Carberry, P. S. (1991). Optimizing crop and cultivar selection in response to climatic risk. In: Climatic Risk in Crop Production : Models and Management for the Semiarid Tropics and Subtropics. International Symposium on Climatic Risk in Crop Production: Models and Management for the Semiarid Tropics and Subtropics, Brisbane Australia, (235-262). 2-6 July 1990. 54   38
Pengelly, B. C., Muchow, R. C. and Blamey, F. P. C. (1999) Predicting leaf area development in response to temperature in three tropical annual forage legumes. Australian Journal of Agricultural Research, 50 2: 253-260. doi:10.1071/A98055 131   4 0
Hammer, G. L. and Muchow, R. C. (1991). Quantifying climatic risk to sorghum in Australia's semiarid tropics and subtropics: model development and simulation. In: Climatic Risk in Crop Production : Models and Management for the Semiarid Tropics and Subtropics. International Symposium on Climatic Risk in Crop Production: Models and Management for the Semiarid Tropics and Subtropics, Brisbane Australia, (205-232). 2-6 July 1990. 86   47
Pengelly, B. C., Blamey, F. P. C. and Muchow, R. C. (1999) Radiation interception and the accumulation of biomass and nitrogen by soybean and three tropical annual forage legumes. Field Crops Research, 63 2: 99-112. doi:10.1016/S0378-4290(99)00029-5 97   15 Cited 18 times in Scopus18 0