J.S. Oliveira1*, H.E. Brown2, A. Gash1, D.J. Moot1
1 Faculty of Agriculture and Life Science, P.O. Box 85084, Lincoln University, 7647, Canterbury, New Zealand email@example.com
2 The New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research limited, Private Bag 4604, Christchurch, New Zealand
The LINTUL-POTATO model is revisited in this work. Recent findings on quantification and description of potato crop phenology are incorporated into the original model framework. The results presented in this work may be included in a number potato models to improve the prediction of the time of crop growth and development processes.