Integrating pest population models with biophysical crop models to better represent the farming system

  title={Integrating pest population models with biophysical crop models to better represent the farming system},
  author={Jeremy P. M. Whish and Neville I. Herrmann and Neil A. White and Andrew D. Moore and Darren J. Kriticos},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
Farming systems frameworks such as the Agricultural Production Systems simulator (APSIM) represent fluxes through the soil, plant and atmosphere of the systemwell, but do not generally consider the biotic constraints that function within the system. We designed a method that allowed population models built in DYMEX to interact with APSIM. The simulator engine component of the DYMEX population-modelling platform was wrapped within an APSIM module allowing it to get and set variable values in… CONTINUE READING

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