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51. Assessment of fixed variable vs. stepwise forecast models to predict number of soybean pods with beans per plant (id:28683)

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52. Forecasting with plant process models (id:29851)

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53. Soybean objective yield research (id:27315)

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54. A continuing development of an application for Landsat data : 1983 DCLC winter wheat acreage estimates for four states (id:47374)

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55. Evaluation of Haun models for predicting spring wheat yields in North Dakota (id:29451)

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56. Food and Agricultural Policy Simulator (FAPSIM) : structural equations and variable definitions (id:CAT91943991)

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57. Forecasting yields using weather-related indices (id:29849)

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58. Large area yield estimation forecasting using plant process models (id:30186)

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59. Forecasting final corn grain yield per plant with a constrained logistic growth model (id:29850)

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60. Forecasting corn yields (id:29853)

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61. Sampling techniques for measuring and forecasting crop yields (id:26702)

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62. As we recall : the growth of agricultural estimates, 1933-1961 (id:CAT91968077)

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63. The future role of a crop model in large area yield estimating (id:30347)

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64. A within-year growth model approach to forecasting corn yields (id:46806)

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65. Within-year spring wheat growth models (id:30725)

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66. The development of within-year forecasting models for spring wheat (other than durum) (id:30171)

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67. The development of within-year forecasting models for winter wheat (id:30193)

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68. Some current research efforts to improve crop forecasting methods (id:27312)

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69. The development of objective methods to forecast dry bean yield (id:30173)

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70. A study of walnut production forecasting (id:46804)

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71. Papaya production forecast research project (id:30462)

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72. Preliminary report on the use of time related growth models in forecasting components of corn yield (id:30687)

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73. A comparison of several regression models for forecasting pecan yields (id:22163)

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74. The improvement of remote sensing technology and its application to corn yield estimates (id:30384)

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75. A millet and sorghum crop estimation program for Niger and Upper Volta (id:22168)

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76. Grain sorghum : a preliminary forecast model (id:30189)

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77. A study of sampling and estimating procedures for California cling peaches (id:46801)

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78. The Texas grain sorghum objective yield study (id:30343)

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79. Using objective measurements of plant and soil characteristics to forecast weight of grain per head for winter wheat (id:30686)

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80. Research report on the amount of agriculture associated with several incomplete sampling frames (id:28224)

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81. A study of the characteristics of the pecan tree for use in objective yield forecasts (id:46802)

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82. Use of corn plant vegetative characteristics and other factors in predicting production of grain per plant (id:30568)

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83. Research report on tart cherry objective yield surveys (id:28534)

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84. Forecasting crop yields (id:32057)

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85. Forecasting yields with objective measurements (id:43346)

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86. Research on objective forecasts of filbert production (id:28770)

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87. An experiment in pre-harvest sampling of wheat fields (id:43277)

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88. The Farm outlook for 1939 (id:CAT87207276)

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89. Fire in the southern Appalachians : Understanding impacts, interventions, and future fire events (id:7510300)