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Modelling the effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on Swedish and German spring wheat varieties with CERES-wheat and AFRC-wheat crop models






Journal of Biogeography 22(4/5): 591-595

Modelling the effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on Swedish and German spring wheat varieties with CERES-wheat and AFRC-wheat crop models

A study validating the CERES-wheat and the AFRC-wheat crop models was performed on Swedish (cv. Polkka) and German (cv. Nandu) spring wheat cultivars under northern long day conditions. Validation consisted of the calibration of the phenological submodels in both crop models for Finnish conditions. Calibration results were used in simulating the effects of elevated CO2 and temperature on the yields and biomass production and the phenological development of the Swedish and the German cultivars.

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