POSTPONED – New dates – 16-18th November 2020. The APSIM Initiative is holding an APSIM Symposium followed by 2 days of Advanced Training in March 2020. To register, please email email@example.com to be forwarded the online registration form.
Job Opportunity in Rwanda
One Acre Fund is looking for a research agronomist, ideally with experience of crop modelling, to support work developing and […]
Postponed and New Dates for APSIM Symposium and Advanced Training Workshops
I believe we have been in contact with everyone who was registered for the upcoming APSIM Symposium and APSIM Advanced […]
Predicting crop yields and soil-plant nitrogen dynamics in the US Corn Belt
The authors used the Agricultural Production Systems sIMulator (APSIM) to predict and explain maize and soybean yields, phenology, and soil […]
New APSIM Paper: Heat shocks increasingly impede grain filling but have little effect on grain setting across the Australian wheatbelt
A new publication in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology can be found here. The authors used a modified version of the Agricultural […]
Modeling Flood-Induced Stress in Soybeans
A new paper has been published on the modelling of flood-induced stress in soybeans. Despite the detrimental impact that excess […]
What is the difference between APSIM 7.10 and APSIM Next Gen?
Since its inception in 1990, APSIM has grown from a field-focused farming systems framework used by a small number of […]
What is APSoil?
APSoil is a database of soil water characteristics enabling estimation of Plant Available Water Capacity for individual soils and crops.