Data from: Climate-warming alters the structure of farmland tri-trophic ecological networks and reduces crop yield

Stephane A. P. Derocles, David H. Lunt, Sophie C. F. Berthe, Paul C. Nichols, Ellen D. Moss & Darren M. Evans
It is unclear how sustained increases in temperature and changes in precipitation, as a result of climate-change, will affect crops and their interactions with agricultural weeds, insect pests and predators, due to the difficulties in quantifying changes in such complex relationships. We simulated the combined effects of increasing temperature (by 1.4°C over a growing season) and applying additional rainwater (10% extra per week) using a replicated, randomized block experiment within a wheat crop. We examined...
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