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Agroclim STICS

The registrations for the stics training session are closed.

We'll give you the dates of the next session in the first semester of 2022.


New version available


The version 9.2 of the model is available for download

Some improvements, some bug fixes, some addition of new variables, all this is explained in the changes document available here

and in the doc directory of the version to download.


BUT ESPECIALLY we have affixed a license to this version of the source code that we make available on our forge .

Our choice fell on an open source license: CeCILL-C (, similar to LGPL)

The Stics team

We remind that, as usual you can use your old user directories  with this release. Performance evaluations are always available in the doc directory.

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Stics 2020

Workshop 2020 in Montpellier
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Gatien Falconnier

new members in the Stics Team : Gatien Falconnier

Cirad - UPR AIDA Bâtiment 02 - Bureau 105 TA B-115 / 02 - Avenue Agropolis - 34398 Montpellier Cedex 5 France
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the STICSevalR package

distribution of an R package for Stics evaluation by comparison with observations

STICSevalR package
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A new article

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New publication

Influence of cover crop on water and nitrogen balances and cash crop yield in a temperate climate: A modelling approach using the STICS soil-crop...
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New publication

Simultaneous Calibration of Grapevine Phenology and Yield with a Soil-Plant-Atmosphere System Model Using the Frequentist Method, Yang et al., 2021,...
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New publication

Impacts of climate change on wheat phenology and yield in Indus Basin, Pakistan, Azmat et al., 2021, Science of the Total Environment.
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New publication

Predictions of soybean harvest index evolution and evapotranspiration using STICS crop model, Crépeau et al., 2021, Agronomy Journal
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New publication

Multi-model evaluation of phenology prediction for wheat in Australia, Wallach et al., 2021, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology
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New publication

High-resolution assessment of French grassland dry matter and nitrogen yields, Graux et al. (2020). European Journal of Agronomy
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