|Physiological processes associated with wheat yield progress in the UK|
VJ Shearman, R Sylvester-Bradley, RK Scott, MJ Foulkes
Crop Science 45 (1), 175-185, 2005
|Raising yield potential of wheat. III. Optimizing partitioning to grain while maintaining lodging resistance|
MJ Foulkes, GA Slafer, WJ Davies, PM Berry, R Sylvester-Bradley, ...
Journal of experimental botany 62 (2), 469-486, 2010
|Is the productivity of organic farms restricted by the supply of available nitrogen?|
PM Berry, R Sylvester‐Bradley, L Philipps, DJ Hatch, SP Cuttle, ...
Soil Use and Management 18, 248-255, 2002
|Understanding and reducing lodging in cereals|
PM Berry, M Sterling, JH Spink, CJ Baker, R Sylvester-Bradley, ...
Advances in Agronomy 84 (04), 215-269, 2004
|Analysing nitrogen responses of cereals to prioritize routes to the improvement of nitrogen use efficiency|
R Sylvester-Bradley, DR Kindred
Journal of experimental botany 60 (7), 1939-1951, 2009
|Mapping quantitative trait loci for flag leaf senescence as a yield determinant in winter wheat under optimal and drought-stressed environments|
V Verma, MJ Foulkes, AJ Worland, R Sylvester-Bradley, PDS Caligari, ...
Euphytica 135 (3), 255-263, 2004
|Identifying physiological traits associated with improved drought resistance in winter wheat|
MJ Foulkes, R Sylvester-Bradley, R Weightman, JW Snape
Field crops research 103 (1), 11-24, 2007
|Modelling cereal root systems for water and nitrogen capture: towards an economic optimum|
J King, A Gay, R SYLVESTER‐BRADLEY, IAN Bingham, J Foulkes, ...
Annals of Botany 91 (3), 383-390, 2003
|A code for stages of development in oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.)|
Asp Appl Biol 6, 399-418, 1984
|Evidence for differences between winter wheat cultivars in acquisition of soil mineral nitrogen and uptake and utilization of applied fertilizer nitrogen|
MJ Foulkes, R Sylvester-Bradley, RK Scott
The Journal of Agricultural Science 130 (1), 29-44, 1998
|The ability of wheat cultivars to withstand drought in UK conditions: formation of grain yield|
MJ Foulkes, RK Scott, R Sylvester-Bradley
The Journal of Agricultural Science 138 (2), 153-169, 2002
|Controlling plant form through husbandry to minimise lodging in wheat|
PM Berry, JM Griffin, R Sylvester-Bradley, RK Scott, JH Spink, CJ Baker, ...
Field Crops Research 67 (1), 59-81, 2000
|A method for the assessment of the risk of wheat lodging|
CJ Baker, PM Berry, JH Spink, R Sylvester-Bradley, JM Griffin, RK Scott, ...
Journal of theoretical biology 194 (4), 587-603, 1998
|Genetic progress in yield potential in wheat: recent advances and future prospects|
MJ Foulkes, JW Snape, VJ Shearman, MP Reynolds, O Gaju, ...
Journal of Agricultural Science Cambridge 145 (1), 17-29, 2007
|Ideotype design for lodging-resistant wheat|
PM Berry, R Sylvester-Bradley, S Berry
Euphytica 154 (1-2), 165-179, 2007
|N, P and K budgets for crop rotations on nine organic farms in the UK|
PM Berry, EA Stockdale, R Sylvester‐Bradley, L Philipps, KA Smith, ...
Soil use and management 19 (2), 112-118, 2003
|Effects of variety and fertiliser nitrogen on alcohol yield, grain yield, starch and protein content, and protein composition of winter wheat|
DR Kindred, TMO Verhoeven, RM Weightman, JS Swanston, RC Agu, ...
Journal of Cereal Science 48 (1), 46-57, 2008
|Revision of a code for stages of development in oilseed rape (Brassica napus L.)|
Aspects of applied biology, 1985
|Feed the crop not the soil: rethinking phosphorus management in the food chain|
PJA Withers, R Sylvester-Bradley, DL Jones, JR Healey, PJ Talboys
Environmental Science & Technology 48 (12), 6523-6530, 2014
|15N-based estimation of nitrogen fixation by eight tropical forage-legumes at two levels of P: K supply|
G Cadisch, R Sylvester-Bradley, J Nösberger
Field Crops Research 22 (3), 181-194, 1989