This experiment began in 1852 at Rothamsted, England. The site was
occupied (farmed?) since Roman times. Map of 1623 shows field in
arable. Arable crops 1847-1851. Clay-with-flints overlying chalk; ...
This experiment began in 1957 at a site that was cultivated for
several centuries before the start of the experiment. It has had no
manure (and no cattle) since 1912. The geology at the site is glacial ...
This experiment began in 1975 at a cool temperate site with brown
calcereous, slightly hydromorphic soil. Before the experiment began
the soil had been cultivated for at least 20 years according to ...
This experiment began in 1974 at a Warm Temperate SubTropical site in
China. The soil was developed from marine deposits but had desalted
after long-term cropping and classified as Entisols (Hydric ...
This experiment was initiated in 1967. The crops grown are potatoes,
winter wheat,winter barley,sugar beet,spring barley. The treatments
are: Stable manure at 4 rates on potatoes & sugar beet; mineral ...
The Major World Crop Areas and Climatic Profiles presents
climatological data, agricultural statistics, and crop calendar
information for widely ranging crop areas. It serves as a reference
for evaluating ...
This database contains boron tolerance information for a variety of
agricultural crops. The information was compiled from a variety of
studies and the data serve only as guidelines to relative tolerances. ...
The "Former Soviet Union Commodity Balances" data file contains
data on the grain, cotton, and sugar balances for each of the 15
former Soviet Union countries. Balances vary by commodity but
"U.S. Crops in World Agricultural Supply & Demand
Estimates/WASDE Crop Estimates" presents data on all estimates
from the World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates Report
(WASDE)/WASDE Crop Estimates ...
To measure various statistics of feed grain production for the
states from 1949-1986. Includes information on acreage planted
and harvested, yield production, quantity used on farms and
sold, season ...
The Irrigation Production Data System (IPDS) is a comprehensive
analysis system; it was developed as a tool for analyzing cost
and returns across states and U.S. farm production regions. It
The USSR Grain Area, Yield & Production by Republic & Grain Type
contains data on area, yield and grain production of 12 types of
grain in each of the 15 Soviet Republics and for the USSR as a
To provide data concerning crop production cost, return estimates, and
machinery use in the U.S.
"State-level Crop Production Costs and Machinery Use Data" contains
cost of production data by selected ...