Project tests the hypothesis that floral induction and flowering time in Sorghum bicolor L. can be "regulated by in-crop canopy modification", with the result that farmers would be better able to manage their corps to avoid severe crop water stress at flowering.
LocationCentral Queensland University
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External Author AffiliationsSchool of Biological and Environmental Sciences;
SupervisorDr David J Midmore ; Don F Yule
Thesis TypeDoctoral Thesis