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18
May

DSSAT 2022 International Training Program at the University of Georgia

DSSAT Foundation – The University of Georgia – Griffin Campus, Griffin, Georgia USA Scientists from across the world met from May 17-22, 2022 on the University of Georgia Griffin Campus to learn about the latest version of the Decision Support System for Agrotechnology Transfer (DSSAT) computer software program. The DSSAT crop modeling ecosystem helps researchers […]

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14
May

Dr. Cynthia Rosenzweig – 2022 World Food Prize Laureate

Cynthia Rosenzweig UNITED STATES Dr. Cynthia Rosenzweig of the United States will receive the 2022 World Food Prize for her seminal contributions to understanding and predicting the impacts of the interaction between climate and food systems. Through designing and leading rigorous, collaborative observational and modeling research, she provided the evidence used by thousands of decision-makers […]

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04
Apr

Final DSSAT Version 4.8 released

Since the release of DSSAT Version 4.7.5, the DSSAT model development team has been working diligently to improve the Cropping System Model (CSM) of DSSAT as well as the various tools, utilities, and application programs. Much progress was made during the DSSAT Development Sprints or Hackathons that are held bi-annually. We evaluated the first version […]

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01
Apr

How do you run DSSAT on Linux/Mac OS?

Unfortunately, for Linux/Mac users, there is no installation for these platforms yet. Most of the tools we use in DSSAT were developed for Windows platform. In this case, you need to install a Virtual Machine in order to run Windows platform. Step 1: To get started with the installation you need to install the VirtualBox. […]

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18
Mar

DSSAT 2022 Training Course at ILRI Sholla Campus, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Participants of the DSSAT 2022 Training Course held from March 14-18, 2022 at the ILRI Sholla Campus under the auspices of the Decision Support Modeling Tools for Ethiopia The Community of Practice of the Decision Support Modeling Tools for Ethiopia (DSMT-E) brings together users and developers of a wide range of simulation models. The DSSAT […]

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21
Jan

16th Hybrid DSSAT Development Sprint, January 18-21, 2022

During the week of January 18-21, 2022, the 16th DSSAT Development Sprint was held in a “Hybrid” format due to continuing Covid-19 Pandemic. The DSSAT Development Sprint was hosted by the Food Systems Institute and the Department of Agricultural & Biological Engineering of the University of Florida. In-person participants included six representatives from the University […]

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03
Dec

Ghana set to generate CRAFT operational in-season yield forecasts in 2022

Ghana’s first training event on the CCAFS Regional Agricultural Forecasting Tool (CRAFT) was held in its capital city, Accra, during 25-29 October to strengthen national capacity for in-season yield forecasting, assessing impacts of climate fluctuations on crop production and projecting such impacts in the future. Organized by the University of Ghana, University of Florida and […]

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29
Oct

New study predicts two popular American foods surprisingly resilient to climate change

Original by Samantha Murray, October 21, 2021. Sam is a senior public relations specialist at UF/IFAS Communications. She loves learning about and communicating science. Supply chains for French fries and pasta sauce are surprisingly resilient to climate change, according to the predictions of a new study.The study’s authors made their predictions using an innovative modeling […]

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25
Oct

iCROPM 2020: Crop Modeling for the Future

This Special Issue of The Journal of Agricultural Science is dedicated to the iCROPM 2020 Symposium. It includes six papers that are based on both oral and poster presentations from the symposium, including the final keynote presentation. Read the Editorial:iCROPM 2020: Crop Modeling for the Futureby, Gerrit Hoogenboom, Eric Justes, Christophe Pradal, Marie Launay, Senthold […]

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22
Oct

Adapting Crops For Future Climate Conditions

Texas A&M AgriLife study projects the genetic profile that cultivars will need to adapt Original by Kay Ledbetter, October 13, 2021. Kay Ledbetter is an associate editor/senior writer/media relations specialist for Texas A&M AgriLife. She is responsible for writing news releases and feature articles from science-based information generated by the agency across the state, as […]

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