Using a mathematical framework to examine physiological changes in winter wheat after livestock grazing 1. Model derivation and coefficient calibration
Existing crop-livestock models can largely be separated into two groups: those that simulate crop growth and grain yield with no grazing, and those that simulate pasture production during and after grazing but do not simulate grain yield. The purpose of this paper was to develop a crop-grazing model (hereafter, 'WHTGRAZ') capable of realistically simulating biophysical phenomena of grazed wheat crops in rainfed environments. This derivation revealed important physiological distinctions between...[Show more]
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