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1. Effects of Climate Change on Global Food Production from SRES Emissions and Socioeconomic Scenarios [CIESIN_SEDAC_MVA_ECCGFPSRES]
Effects of Climate Change on Global Food Production from SRES Emissions and Socioeconomic Scenarios is an update to a major crop modeling study by the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS). ...


2. Potential Impacts of Climate Change on World Food Supply: Data Sets from a Major Crop Modeling Study [CIESIN_SEDAC_GISS_CROPCLIM_DB]
Datasets from a Major Crop Modeling Study contain projected country and regional changes in grain crop yields due to global climate change. Equilibrium and transient scenarios output from General ...


3. Influence of Tillage Management on Soil Quality and Fate of Agricultural Nitrogen [USDA.ARS.NRI.ECL.TillMngt]
(adapted from project description) Problem: The use of no-tillage cropping systems has increased as their advantages in sustainable crop production have been documented. This includes better maintenance ...


4. Glen Innes Rotation Experiment, Long Term Soil Organic Matter Study, Australia [WWAI.GlenInnes]
This study was initiated in 1921 in cool temperate region. the soil is described as Prairie - Australian Great Soil Group (ref Stace HCT, Hubble GD, Brewer R, Northcote KH, ...


5. Temperature Dependence of Photosynthesis [USDA0581]
The purpose of "Temperature Dependence of Photosynthesis" is to explore relationship between temperature an photosynthesis. Collection Organization: ...


6. Environmental and Genotypic Control of Assimilate Allocation in Plants [USDA0398]
"Environmental and Genotypic Control of Assimilate Allocation in Plants" is a study that identifies mechanisms by which crop plants adjust their sink capacity in response to growth environment conditions. ...


7. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Hajduboszormeny [PUAS.Hajdub]
This experiment began in 1966 on a site that was originally steppe. Later, the crops at the site were maize,wheat,wheat (pea),maize. The land uses in this experiment are: Rotation 1 - wheat,maize,maize,pea; ...


8. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Iregszemcse [PUAS.Iregs]
This experiment began in 1966 on a site that was originally forested. Later, the site had wheat,bean sunflower,maize,(wheat,pea) growing on it. Land use in this experiment consists of: Rotation 1 ...


9. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Karcag [PUAS.Karcag]
This experiment began in 1966 on a site that was originallt steppe. Later, the crops at the site were wheat, sugar beet, lucerne, maize, and pea. The land uses in the experiment are: Rotation 1: ...


10. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Keszthely [PUAS.Keszthely]
This experimnet was started in 1966 on a site that was originally forested. Later, the the crops at the site were wheat, barley, maize (sunflower), pea, (wheat). Tha land uses in the experiment ...


11. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Kompolt [PUAS.Kompolt]
This experiment was started in 1966 in an area that was originally steppe-forest. Later, the crops were sainfoin,sainfoin,wheat,barley,pea (wheat). The land uses in the experiment are: Rotation ...


12. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Mosomnagyarovar [PUAS.Mosomnag]
This experiment began in 1966 on a site that was originally forested. Later, the crops grown on the site were pea and wheat. The treatments and rotations in the experiment are: Rotation 1 - wheat,maize,maize,pea; ...


13. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Nagyhor [PUAS.Nagyhor]
This experiment began in 1966 on a site that was originally a stppe-forest ecosystem. The crops at the site previous to the experiment were pea and wheat. The land uses in the experiment are: Rotation ...


14. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Putnok [PUAS.Putnok]
this experiment began in 1966 on a site that was originally forested. The site then was used for potato,sunflower,wheat,pea,barley,lentil crops. The land uses in the experiment are: Rotation 1 - ...


15. Jabalpur Centre, Madhya Pradesh (All India Coordinated Research Project on Long-Term Fertilizer [India.Jabalpur]
This long term experiment began in 1972. The experimental site is a tropical area, with a minimum annual temperature of 5.9 deg C, maximum annual temperature of 42.8 deg C, and mean annual rainfall ...


16. Nahrstoffmangelversuch Long Term Agricultural Experiment, Germany [BAS.ARS.Nahrstoff]
This experiment began in 1938 at a cool temperate site, with average climatic conditions at the experimental site: Minimum annual temperature: 4 deg C Mean annual temperature: 9.9 deg C ...


17. Organic and Mineral Fertilizers I, N and C Balances, Long Term Soil Organic Matter Database, Switzerland [SAR.RAC.Fertilize2]
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 ...


18. Organic and Mineral Fertilizers II, N and C Balances, Long Term Soil Organic Matter Database, Switzerland [SAR.RAC.Fertilize]
This experiment began in 1963 at a cool temperate site. Before the experiment began, the soil has been cultivated for at least 20 years according to standard agricultural recommendations, including ...


19. Sanborn Field, Long Term Crop / Soil Organic Matter Experiment [UMO.Sanborn]
This experimnet began in 1888 at a cool temperate site. The site was used as pasture up until 1886, corn was grown 1887 and 1888. the soil is described as Mexico series (fine montmorillonitic, mesic ...


20. Soil Fertility Experiment (DVI Thyrow/Germany), Long Term Soil Organic Matter Experiment [HUB.IFP.Thyrow]
This experiment was started in 1938 at a site with a cool temperate climatic regime. The soil is classified as a Leptic Podzol (FAO). The rotations in the experiment are slightly different over ...


21. Hungarian Long-term Fertilizer Experimental Network, Bicserd [PUAS.Bicserd]
This experiment began in 1966 on a site that was originally forested. Later, the crops at the site were maize,soya,pea,wheat,maize. Tha land uses in the experiment are: Rotation 1 - wheat,maize,maize,pea; ...


22. Broadbalk Wheat Experiment, Soil Organic Matter Network (SOMNET), U.K. [IACR.Broadbalk]
This experiment began in 1843. The site was possibly farmed since Roman times (i.e at least 1500 years). Map of 1623 shows field in arable use. 1839-1843 arable crops: turnips, barley, peas, wheat, ...


23. Nutrient Deficiency Experiment (DIV, Thyrow), SOMNET Long Term Soil Organic Matter Database [HUB.IFP.DIV]
This experiment began in 1937. The soil at the site is described as a Leptic Podzol (FAO). The experiment consists of the following land uses and treatments: Land use: 1937-1958 2 year rotation ...


24. Mechanism by Which Water Deficit Alters Cell Division in Developing Maize Endosperm [USDA0399]
"Mechanism by Which Water Deficit Alters Cell Division in Developing Maize Endosperm" is a project that tests the hypothesis that the extent of ABA accumulation and inhibition of endosperm cell division ...


25. MaizeGDB - A Maize Genetics and Genomics Database [usda.AGIS.MaizeDB]
MaizeGDB is a database which contains extensive information on maize genetics and molecular biology and literature references. The data presented here consist of the complete datasets from both MaizeDB ...


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