Zvi Hochman
Zvi Hochman
Chief Research Scientist, CSIRO, Agriculture and Food
Verified email at csiro.au
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An overview of APSIM, a model designed for farming systems simulation
BA Keating, PS Carberry, GL Hammer, ME Probert, MJ Robertson, ...
European journal of agronomy 18 (3-4), 267-288, 2003
Yield gap analysis with local to global relevance—a review
MK Van Ittersum, KG Cassman, P Grassini, J Wolf, P Tittonell, Z Hochman
Field Crops Research 143, 4-17, 2013
APSIM–evolution towards a new generation of agricultural systems simulation
DP Holzworth, NI Huth, PG deVoil, EJ Zurcher, NI Herrmann, G McLean, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 62, 327-350, 2014
The FARMSCAPE approach to decision support: farmers', advisers', researchers' monitoring, simulation, communication and performance evaluation
PS Carberry, Z Hochman, RL McCown, NP Dalgliesh, MA Foale, ...
Agricultural systems 74 (1), 141-177, 2002
Potential to improve on-farm wheat yield and WUE in Australia
Z Hochman, D Holzworth, JR Hunt
Crop and Pasture Science 60 (8), 708-716, 2009
Prospects for ecological intensification of Australian agriculture
Z Hochman, PS Carberry, MJ Robertson, DS Gaydon, LW Bell, ...
European Journal of Agronomy 44, 109-123, 2013
Re-inventing model-based decision support with Australian dryland farmers. 4. Yield ProphetŪ helps farmers monitor and manage crops in a variable climate
Z Hochman, H Van Rees, PS Carberry, JR Hunt, RL McCown, ...
Crop and Pasture Science 60 (11), 1057-1070, 2009
Reprint of “Quantifying yield gaps in rainfed cropping systems: A case study of wheat in Australia”
Z Hochman, D Gobbett, D Holzworth, T McClelland, H van Rees, ...
Field Crops Research 143, 65-75, 2013
Climate trends account for stalled wheat yields in Australia since 1990
Z Hochman, DL Gobbett, H Horan
Global Change Biology 23 (5), 2071-2081, 2017
Probing the enigma of the decision support system for farmers: learning from experience and from theory
RL McCown, Z Hochman, PS Carberry
Re-inventing model-based decision support with Australian dryland farmers. 1. Changing intervention concepts during 17 years of action research
RL McCown, PS Carberry, Z Hochman, NP Dalgliesh, MA Foale
Crop and Pasture Science 60 (11), 1017-1030, 2009
Re-inventing model-based decision support with Australian dryland farmers. 3. Relevance of APSIM to commercial crops
PS Carberry, Z Hochman, JR Hunt, NP Dalgliesh, RL McCown, ...
Crop and Pasture Science 60 (11), 1044-1056, 2009
Using seasonal climate forecasts to manage dryland crops in northern Australia—experiences from the 1997/98 seasons
H Meinke, Z Hochman
Applications of Seasonal Climate Forecasting in Agricultural and Natural …, 2000
Effect of water stress with phasic development on yield of wheat grown in a semi-arid environment
ZVI Hochman
Field Crops Research 5, 55-67, 1982
Scope for improved eco-efficiency varies among diverse cropping systems
PS Carberry, W Liang, S Twomlow, DP Holzworth, JP Dimes, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (21), 8381-8386, 2013
Evaluation of the APSIM model in cropping systems of Asia
DS Gaydon, E Wang, PL Poulton, B Ahmad, F Ahmed, S Akhter, I Ali, ...
Field Crops Research 204, 52-75, 2017
Emerging consensus on desirable characteristics of tools to support farmers’ management of climate risk in Australia
Z Hochman, PS Carberry
Agricultural Systems 104 (6), 441-450, 2011
Leading farmers in South East Australia have closed the exploitable wheat yield gap: Prospects for further improvement
H van Rees, T McClelland, Z Hochman, P Carberry, J Hunt, N Huth, ...
Field Crops Research 164, 1-11, 2014
Soil acidity and Rhizobium: their effects on nodulation of subterranean clover on the slopes of southern New South Wales
J Evans, Z Hochman, GE O'Connor, GJ Osborne
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 39 (4), 605-618, 1988
The Agricultural Production Systems Simulator (APSIM): its history and current capability
BA Keating, PS Carberry, GL Hammer, ME Probert, MJ Robertson, ...
European Journal of Agronomy 18, 267-288, 2003
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