The DSSAT cropping system model

@inproceedings{Jones2002TheDC,
  title={The DSSAT cropping system model},
  author={Jim W. Jones and Gerrit Hoogenboom and Cheryl H. Porter and Kenneth J. Boote and William David Batchelor and Lynette A. Hunt and Philip Wilkens and U K Singh and Arjan J. Gijsman and Joe T. Ritchie},
  year={2002}
}
The decision support system for agrotechnology transfer (DSSAT) has been in use for the last 15 years by researchers worldwide. This package incorporates models of 16 different crops with software that facilitates the evaluation and application of the crop models for different purposes. Over the last few years, it has become increasingly difficult to maintain the DSSAT crop models, partly due to fact that there were different sets of computer code for different crops with little attention to… CONTINUE READING
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