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1. 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, ...


2. Crop Rotation/Fertilization Trial F1-07, Germany [MLU.Seehausen]
This experiment began in 1958. The experimental site is in the Eastern German continental climate in the Leipzig Basin. The average climatic conditions at the experimental site are: Minimum ...


3. Long Term Experiment No. 2, Soil Organic Matter Network, England [IACR.No2]
This experiment was initiated in 1965 at a site that has been in arable use for a very long time. The land use in this experiment consists of a cropping sequence: Sugar beet, Spring oats, Winter wheat, ...


4. Praha - Ruzyne, Czech Republic, Long Term Soil Organic Metter/Cropping Experiment [RICP.Praha]
This experiment began in 1956 at a cold temperate boreal site. The location is an arable farm field, several hundred years under cultivation. The soil at the site is described as a Medudalf. The ...


5. Woburn Ley-Arable Long Term Soil Organic Matter/Cropping Experiment [IACR.Woburn]
This experiment began in 1938 at a cool temperate site in England. There are 3 soil series present on the experiment. Cottenham, brown sand on Lower Greensand. Lowlands, colluvial brown earth in sandy ...


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