Arable and industrial crops
The OpenFields library holds resources about crops for fuel, food, feed and fibre. This is often termed agronomy, the science and technology of arable and industrial crops.
- Cereal crops varieties, cultivation, diseases and post-harvest management
- Industrial crops crops for energy, fibre and other industrial uses
- Oilseeds cultivation, canopy management, harvest methods, diseases and post-harvest management
- Peas and beans field production, varieties, diseases, harvest methods and post-harvest management
- Potatoes - varieties, diseases and post-harvest management
- Sugar beet fodder crop, sugar production, diseases and post-harvest management
- Pest and disease control herbicides, pesticides, fungicides, organic methods
- Organic crop management rotation, fertility building, beneficial predators
- Nutrition and fertiliser inorganic and organic fertilisers, fertility building
OpenFields brings together authoritative agronomy information from universities, colleges and the industry.
Please note that from early 2017, content from OpenFields will be migrated to its successor website, Farming and Food Futures
A sample of Items held in the Arable and industrial crops category
- Easyguide 1017: The Story of Phosphorus
- An Introduction to Biomass Energy
- Validation of a decontamination method for arable crop sprayers following use with the sulfonyl urea herbicide amidosulfuron
- Managing uncropped land in order to enhance biodiversity benefits of the arable farmed landscape: The Farm4bio.
- 1510: Farm Intelligence from the Regions – April 2012
- Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Feasibility Study (AC0222)
- 585: Vision for 2020
- Making more of field margins: designing multipurpose grass and wildflower seed mixes
- 2123: Lack of public understanding fosters anti-GM
- 96. Orson's Oracle asks - is Roundup causing cancer?
Subcategories within Arable and industrial crops
Where Am I?
The OpenFields Library is a free online library contains items of interest to practitioners and researchers in the agricultural and landbased industries.