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08
Sep

Rethinking Cassava Model

A new initiative has been launched to improve the current DSSAT Cassava Model (CROPSIM-Cassava).

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29
Mar

[Q] Where can I buy DSSAT?

“Could you please tell me where I can buy DSSAT software in my country?” Good question. Short answer: DSSAT is no longer for sale; you can request to download your copy from http://dssat.net/downloads for free of charge!

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24
Mar

[Q] What is “Error 1402” and how to get around?

“When I tried to install a new version of DSSAT on Windows 7, I get “Error 1402″ followed by two 32 digit hexadecimal strings, and this keeps me from installing the software. Is there a solution?” Good question

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19
Mar

[Q] How to generate daily weather data?

“How to generate daily weather data from an historical daily meteorological data using DSSAT (WeatherMan)?” Good question.

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18
Mar

[Q] Status of taro and cassava models?

“Are the taro and cassava models being actively developed?” Good question.

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18
Mar

[Q] Deterministic or stochastic?

“Are DSSAT models deterministic or stochastic?” Good question.

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19
Feb

[Q] Any financial support for research and training?

“Is there any financial support available for crop modeling research and training?”

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09
Feb

WISE 1.1 Global Soil Profiles for DSSAT: 500 Downloads!

February 9, 2012, marked 500th download of the WISE 1.1 Global Soil Profile Database in DSSAT format. To celebrate, we created a little Wordle using the users’ responses to our question on the intended use of the dataset.

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09
Feb

Thank You Letter from UNFCCC

You’re Welcome It’s always great to see our workshop and training efforts get acknowledged. We’d like to share a nice thank you message we just received from the . You’re very welcome!

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17
Oct

[Q] Weather generation in DSSAT?

How to use the weather generator in the DSSAT Crop Systems Model for climate change studies, and what should I know? Help!

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