The Global Long-Term Agricultural Experiment Network (GLTEN) is a network of long-term agricultural experiments spanning five continents and representing numerous climates, environments, crop systems and farming practices.
The Insect Survey National Capability provides weekly bulletins designed to bring you up-to-date news on the distribution and abundance of pest aphids at a regional scale.
The Pathogen-Host Interaction database is an open access internet resources which provides information on pathogenicity, virulence and effector genes from different pathogens.
The Farm Platform National Capability Data Portal contains data for the Farm Platform at North Wyke in Devon and makes this available to both Rothamsted staff and the wider research community.
The electronic Rothamsted Archive (e-RA) provides a permanent managed database for secure storage of data from Rothamsted's Classical Experiments, the oldest, continuous agronomic experiments in the world.
Rothamsted Research has been involved with the terrestrial side of the UK Environmental Change Network (ECN) since 1992.
We have developed models and analytical tools through the course of our research which you are welcome to share - ROTHC, ROTHLIME, MOTOR, SPACSYS can be accessed here
Sirius is a wheat simulation model used in research by many scientists to understand crop responses to environmental variations and stress, and in practice by farmers to optimise water and N management.
LARS-WG is a computationally inexpensive tool to generate local-scale climate scenarios based on global climate models for impact assessments of climate change. LARS-WG has been used in more than 75 countries.
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