By N. M. Idaikkadar
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Although this method is mentioned as one of three possible methods for dealing with the growing crop, experience has shown that weather should be treated as providing a modifying factor for the other two methods rather than as the main indicator. 3 Growing Crop: objective method In this method efforts are focussed on the possibilities of forecasting yields from measurements of plant characteristics. Some of these are direct components of yield. For example, in cereals, the number of plants per unit of land, the number of heads per plant, the number of kernels per Agricultural Production (Crops) - Forecasting 51 head and the weight per kernel are direct components of yield.
Egypt is divided into three largo geographical regions known as Upper Egypt, Middle Egypt and Lower Egypt. Each of these regions is divided into several provinces and provinces into districts and sub-districts. Generally provinces are taken as the domains of study. When a crop is not an important one then the domain of study is one of the three main regions of the country. For maize provinces are the domains of study in Middle and Lower Egypt where the area under maize is large and consequently a separate estimate of yield rate of sufficient precision is required for each province.
However, there are some difficulties in allocating the areas under the several crops. The method demands rather complex perception on the part of the observer. What he can assess on the ground is likely to be either the number of plants of the respective crops per unit area, or the proportion of the ground surface covered by the plants of the respective crops. The method is highly subjective and likely to produce satisfactory estimation only in the case of mixtures of similar crops at the same stage of growth or where fairly regular and systematic inter-cropping is done — otherwise judgement of the areas occupied by each crop is beyond the capacity of an average field officer.
Agricultural Statistics. A Handbook for Developing Countries by N. M. Idaikkadar