The phenology of plants (i.e. the timing of their annual life
phases) depends on climatic cues. For temperate trees and many other plants,
spring phases, such as leaf emergence and flowering, have been found to result
from the effects of both cool (chilling) conditions and heat. Fruit tree
scientists (pomologists) have developed some metrics to quantify chilling
and heat (e.g. see Luedeling (2012)
|Date of publication||2018-01-06 22:34:25 UTC|
|Maintainer||Eike Luedeling <[email protected]>|
|Package repository||View on CRAN|
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