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1. Long Term Land Use Experiment (DIII, Berlin-Dahlem/Germany), Soil Organic Matter Network [HUB.IFP.DIII]
This experiment began in 1923. The land uses in the project are: 1923-66 "free" rotation, 50% cereals,50% non-cereals; since 1967 4 year rotation either fodder beet,winter wheat,potatoes,winter wheat ...

2. 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 ...

3. Nahrstoffmangelversuch Long Term Agricultural Experiment, Horticultural Site, Germany [BASF.ARS.Nahrstoff2]
This experiment began in 1957 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 ...

4. Statischer Duengungsversuch Bad Lauchstaedt, Long Term Soil Organic Matter Crop Experiment, Germany [UFZ.SOM]
This experiment began in 1902 at a Cool Temperate site in Germany. The parent material of the soil is loess which was deposited during the Weischel ice age as a 120-150 cm thick layer over calcareous ...

5. 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 ...

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