Dr Charlotte White

Dr Charlotte White


Charlotte joined ADAS Crop physiology in 2011 after gaining her her PhD from the University of Nottingham on the water use efficiency of tomatoes. Charlotte works on a variety of projects which focus on root systems, water use, and improving yield through an understanding of crop physiology, breeding and agronomy. Charlotte has achieved the Basis Soil and Water Management certificate and is convener of the AAB soil and root biology group.  Charlotte’s particular interests include plant root systems and the rhizosphere, crop water use, legumes and cover cropping and the impact of these on soils and crop performance.

How to Run a Good On-Farm Trial

The Study

Farmers that undertake on-farm experiments can benefit from increased yields and reduced input costs. However it is challenging to properly design experiments that will give relevant results. In this interactive session we will simply introduce the principles and practicalities of design of on-farm experiments. We will hear from experts from Rothamsted Research, ADAS and the […]