1. Soil temperature and bacterial diversity regulate the impact of irrigation and fertilization practices on ecosystem respiration
  2. Long-term effect of magnesium and iron nanoparticles on solute transport in saturated condition
  3. Factors affecting site use preference of grazing cattle studied from 2000 to 2020 through GPS tracking - A review
  4. Spatial changes and driving variables of topsoil organic carbon stocks in Chinese croplands under different fertilization strategies
  5. The State of Britain’s Larger Moths 2021
  6. Contrasting levels of genetic predictability in the evolution of resistance to major classes of fungicides
  7. The Effects of Dietary Saponins on Ruminal Methane Production and Fermentation Parameters in Sheep: A Meta Analysis
  8. Predicting land susceptibility to atmospheric dust emissions in central Iran by combining integrated data mining and a regional climate model
  9. Elucidating suspended sediment dynamics in a glacierized catchment after an exceptional erosion event: The Djankuat catchment, Caucasus Mountains, Russia
  10. Editorial: CRISPR-Cas in Agriculture: Opportunities and Challenges
  11. Emerging from Below? Understanding the Livelihood Trajectories of Smallholder Livestock Farmers in Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
  12. Metabolic and productive response and grazing behavior of lactating dairy cows supplemented with high moisture maize or cracked wheat grazing at two herbage allowances in spring
  13. Agricultural intensification and climate change have increased the threat from weeds
  14. Soil spectroscopy with the use of chemometrics, machine learning and pre-processing techniques in soil diagnosis: Recent advances–A review
  15. Plant Available Zinc Is Influenced by Landscape Position in the Amhara Region, Ethiopia
  16. Relative efficacy and stability of biological and synthetic nitrification inhibitors in a highly nitrifying soil: Evidence of apparent nitrification inhibition by linoleic acid and linolenic acid
  17. Advances in automatic identifcation of fying insects using optical sensors and machine learning
  18. Site‐specific weed management—constraints and opportunities for the weed research community: Insights from a workshop
  19. Determination of wheat spike and spikelet architecture and grain traits using X-ray Computed Tomography imaging
  20. Inorganic Chemical Fertilizer Application to Wheat Reduces the Abundance of Putative Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizobacteria
  21. Effects of Fertilizers and Manures on Temporal Yield Variability of Winter Rye
  22. Evidence for facultative migratory flight behavior in Helicoverpa armigera (Noctuidae: Lepidoptera) in India
  23. Improving nitrogen use efficiency through overexpression of alanine aminotransferase in rice, wheat, and barley
  24. Effects of grazing management on spatio-temporal heterogeneity of soil carbon and greenhouse gas emissions of grasslands and rangelands: Monitoring, assessment and scaling-up
  25. The interaction between wheat roots and soil pores in structured field soil
  26. Characteristics of soil organic matter within an erosional landscape under agriculture in Northeast China: stock, source, and thermal stability
  27. Plant roots sense soil compaction through restricted ethylene diffusion
  28. A Neural Network Method for Classification of Sunlit and Shaded Components of Wheat Canopies in the Field Using High-Resolution Hyperspectral Imagery
  29. Novel approaches to investigating spatial variability in channel bank total phosphorus at the catchment scale
  30. Elucidating intra-storm variations in suspended sediment sources using a Bayesian fingerprinting approach
  31. Take-all disease: New insights into an important wheat root pathogen
  32. Iridoid Sex Pheromone Biosynthesis in Aphids Mimics Iridoid-Producing Plants
  33. Sediment source apportionment using optical property composite signatures in a rural catchment, Brazil
  34. The metabolomic analysis of five Mentha species: cytotoxicity, anti-Helicobacter assessment, and the development of polymeric micelles for enhancing the anti-Helicobacter activity
  35. Does cattle and sheep grazing under best management significantly elevate sediment losses? Evidence from the North Wyke Farm Platform, UK
  36. The New Era of Physio-logging and their Grand Challenges
  37. Assessing the contribution of soil NOx emissions to European atmospheric pollution
  38. Microbial metabolic response to winter warming stabilizes soil carbon
  39. Advances in understanding of nitrogen (N) uptake by plant roots
  40. The Equipment Used in the SF6 Technique to Estimate Methane Emissions Has No Major Effect on Dairy Cow Behavior
  41. Dynamics of fluvial hydro-sedimentological, nutrient, particulate organic matter and effective particle size responses during the U.K. extreme wet winter of 2019–2020
  42. Estimating maximum fine-fraction organic carbon in UK grasslands
  43. Stomatal conductance limited the CO2 response of grassland in the last century
  44. Using the Boruta algorithm and deep learning models for mapping land susceptibility to atmospheric dust emissions in Iran
  45. Assessing future drought risks and wheat yield losses in England
  46. Nitrogen challenges and opportunities for agricultural and environmental science in India
  47. Investigating the effect of inoculation of chickpea with rhizobium and mycorrhizal fungi (Funneliformis mosseae) on soil mechanical and physical behavior
  48. Dynamics of soil phosphorus measured by ammonium lactate extraction as a function of the soil phosphorus balance and soil properties
  49. Rothamsted Research PhD Student Symposium 22-26 February 2021 Handbook , Posters
  50. The role of gene flow and chromosomal instability in shaping the bread wheat genome
  51. The effect of organic carbon content on soil compression characteristics
  52. Accumulation of trace metals in freshwater macroinvertebrates across metal contamination gradients
  53. A review of phosphate oxygen isotope values in global bedrocks: Characterising a critical endmember to the soil phosphorus system
  54. Changes in soil organic carbon status and microbial community structure following biogas slurry application in a wheat-rice rotation
  55. Vulnerability of European wheat to extreme heat and drought around flowering under future climate
  56. Recent progress in the synthesis of homotropane alkaloids adaline, euphococcinine and N-methyleuphococcinine
  57. Defining the wheat microbiome: towards microbiome-facilitated crop production
  58. N-terminal truncated RHT-1 proteins generated by translational reinitiation cause semi-dwarfing of wheat Green Revolution alleles
  59. Population responses to observed climate variability across multiple organismal groups
  60. Exploring the Chemical Space of Macro- and Micro-Algae Using Comparative Metabolomics
  61. Hillslope and groundwater contributions to streamflow in a Rocky Mountain watershed underlain by glacial till and fractured sedimentary bedrock
  62. An exploratory study on the use of different composite magnetic and colour fingerprints in aeolian sediment provenance fingerprinting
  63. Assessment of the interpretability of data mining for the spatial modelling of water erosion using game theory
  64. Using different size fractions to source fingerprint fine-grained channel bed sediment in a large drainage basin in Iran
  65. Reproducing analysis of Sirius model simulations of wheat yields, 1892-2016
  66. Simulated wheat yields from Sirius, 1892-2016
  67. An equation of state for insect swarms
  68. The potential for soybean to diversify the production of plant-based protein in the UK
  69. Meat consumers’ opinion regarding unhealthy pigs: should they be treated with antibiotics or euthanized on farm?
  70. MEDI: Macronutrient Extraction and Determination from invertebrates, a rapid, cheap and streamlined protocol
  71. Accumulation and deposition of triacylglycerols in the starchy endosperm of wheat grain
  72. Stability of farm income: The role of agricultural diversity and agri-environment scheme payments
  73. Inorganic nitrogen fertilizer and high N application rate promote N2O emission and suppress CH4 uptake in a rotational vegetable system
  74. Ammonia emissions from different pig production scales and their temporal variations in the North China Plain
  75. Striking a balance between N sources: Mitigating soil acidification and accumulation of phosphorous and heavy metals from manure
  76. Cytotoxic Activity and Metabolic Profiling of Fifteen Euphorbia Species
  77. The Outstanding Scientist, R.A. Fisher: His Views on Eugenics and Race
  78. Application of a triple 15N tracing technique to elucidate N transformations in a UK grassland soil
  79. Current advisory interventions for grazing ruminant farming cannot close exceedance of modern background sediment loss – Assessment using an instrumented farm platform and modelled scaling out
  80. Tillage practices affect weeds differently in monoculture vs crop rotation
  81. Eucalypt harvest residue management influences microbial community structure and soil organic matter fractions in an afforested grassland
  82. Sublethal and transgenerational effects of lambda-cyhalothrin on the mirid bugs Lygus pratensis Linnaeus and Polymerus cognatus Fieber
  83. Artificial neural networks for monitoring network optimisation—a practical example using a national insect survey
  84. Sampling pollen beetle (Brassicogethes aeneus) pressure in oilseed rape: which method is best?
  85. Wheat with greatly reduced accumulation of free asparagine in the grain, produced by CRISPR/Cas9 editing of asparagine synthetase gene TaASN2
  86. Progress on reducing acrylamide levels in potato crisps in Europe, 2002 to 2019
  87. Key traits for ruminant livestock across diverse production systems in the context of climate change: perspectives from a global platform of research farms
  88. Soil loss on the arable lands of the forest-steppe and steppe zones of European Russia and Siberia during the period of intensive agriculture
  89. Oil from transgenic Camelina sativa as a source of EPA and DHA in feed for European sea bass (Dicentrarchus labrax L.)
  90. Redroot pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus L.) and lamb's quarters ‎‎(Chenopodium album L.) populations exhibit a high degree of ‎morphological and biochemical diversity
  91. Using a lamb's early-life liveweight as a predictor of carcass quality
  92. Wheat growth responses to soil mechanical impedance are dependent on phosphorus supply
  93. Predicting the growth of lettuce from soil infrared reflectance spectra: the potential for crop management
  94. Wheat amino acid transporters highly expressed in grain cells regulate amino acid accumulation in grain
  95. Transient reprogramming of crop plants for agronomic performance