Online Seminar Series
The APSIM Initiative is pleased to be able to provide an online seminar series. Since the announcement of the cancellation […]
The State of the Art in Modeling Waterlogging Impacts on Plants: What Do We Know and What Do We Need to Know
This paper reviewed approaches used to model waterlogging in cropping systems. It was shown that most models adopted an aeration […]
Plant & Food Research – Perennial Systems Crop Modeller
Plant & Food Research have an opportunity for a Perennial Systems Crop Modeller. Please see details below: Perennial Systems Crop […]
Plantation Forestry and Agroforestry Modelling
Modelling in APSIM Next Generation for plantation forestry and agroforestry has progressed substantially during the past year or so, and […]
Guidelines for Development of APSIM
The APSIM Initiative encourages development of APSIM. The APSIM Initiative welcomes developers to submit changes to APSIM. If you’re thinking […]
Online Seminar Series
In 2021, the APSIM Initiative will be providing an Online Seminar Series. These seminars are being delivered as recorded videos. Approximately, every 3-4 weeks, we will be uploading a newly recorded seminar. We will also provide a link to a GitHub Issue which can be used to comment and/or ask questions on the video.
What is APSIM?
The Agricultural Production Systems sIMulator (APSIM) is a comprehensive model developed to simulate biophysical processes in agricultural systems, particularly as […]
How do I submit an improvement to APSIM?
APSIM is under continual development. If you have found a defect in APSIM or would like to see a new […]
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 […]
How do I cite APSIM?
APSIM citation (and for more information): Holzworth, Dean P., Neil I. Huth, Peter G. deVoil, Eric J. Zurcher, Neville […]
What is APSoil?
APSoil is a database of soil water characteristics enabling estimation of Plant Available Water Capacity for individual soils and crops.
What is the Reference Panel’s role?
The Reference Panel’s (RP) role is to encourage collaboration and innovation of both science and software development within APSIM, and […]