Crop Development Stage

Crop Development Stage Crop development stage in a numerical scale. All living organisms move from one stage of development to the next over time. For annual crops, it life cycle (growing season) completed within a year. Crop water use differs from one stage to another mostly due to the differences in the amount of green leaves, thus crop stage is closely related to its water consumption and water stress condition. Crop stages are mostly controlled by growing season heat accumulation and regulated by day-length crop some crops. The crop stages provided here are determined by a biometeorlogical time scale model (Robertson, 1968) for cool season crops (wheat, barley etc.) , and a Crop Heat Unit (Brown and Bootsma, 1993) algorithm for warm season crops (corn and soybean etc.). 2021-11-15 Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada agri-geomatics-agrog@agr.gc.ca AgricultureCropsAgriculture Crop Health IndicesWMS https://agriculture.canada.ca/atlas/services/imageservices/crop_health_indices/ImageServer/WMSServer?request=GetCapabilities&service=WMS Crop Health IndicesESRI REST https://agriculture.canada.ca/atlas/rest/services/imageservices/crop_health_indices/ImageServer Crop Health IndicesESRI REST https://agriculture.canada.ca/atlas/rest/services/imageservices/crop_health_indices/ImageServer Data Product Specification (English)PDF https://agriculture.canada.ca/atlas/supportdocument_documentdesupport/cropHealthIndices/en/ISO_19131_Crop_Health_Indices_-_Data_Product_specification.pdf Data Product Specification (French)PDF https://agriculture.canada.ca/atlas/supportdocument_documentdesupport/cropHealthIndices/fr/Indices_de%20sant%c3%a9_des_cultures_SPC.pdf

Crop development stage in a numerical scale. All living organisms move from one stage of development to the next over time. For annual crops, it life cycle (growing season) completed within a year. Crop water use differs from one stage to another mostly due to the differences in the amount of green leaves, thus crop stage is closely related to its water consumption and water stress condition. Crop stages are mostly controlled by growing season heat accumulation and regulated by day-length crop some crops. The crop stages provided here are determined by a biometeorlogical time scale model (Robertson, 1968) for cool season crops (wheat, barley etc.) , and a Crop Heat Unit (Brown and Bootsma, 1993) algorithm for warm season crops (corn and soybean etc.).

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