Plant Modelling Framework: Software for building and running crop models on the APSIM platform

@article{Brown2014PlantMF,
  title={Plant Modelling Framework: Software for building and running crop models on the APSIM platform},
  author={Hamish E. Brown and Neil I. Huth and Dean P. Holzworth and Edmar I. Teixeira and Rob F. Zyskowski and John N. G. Hargreaves and Derrick J. Moot},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2014},
  volume={62},
  pages={385-398}
}
The Plant Modelling Framework (PMF) is a software framework for creating models that represent the plant components of farm system models in the agricultural production system simulator (APSIM). It is the next step in the evolution of generic crop templates for APSIM, building on software and science lessons from past versions and capitalising on new software approaches. The PMF contains a top-level Plant class that provides an interface with the APSIM model environment and controls the other… CONTINUE READING
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