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 ...
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 began in 1925 at a warm temperate subtropical site in
Australia. The soil is described as a Rhodoxeralf (Soil Taxonomy)
Alfisol. There are two different land-uses: cereal ley farming ...
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
This experiment began in 1942 at a cool temperate site. The Land use
and treatments in the project are as follows:
Land use: 4 categories: 1. 1942-1961; 2. 1942-1967; 3. 1967-1972; 4.