NWHEAT is a SUCROS type of model that is able to simulate the growth of wheat under potential, water limited and nitrogen limited growing conditions. The main simulated processes are: photosynthesis, phenological development, assimilate distribution over the crop organs, soil evaporation, crop transpiration, crop's nitrogen uptake, soil water fluxes, soil organic matter decomposition, soil nitrogen mineralization and other soil nitrogen processes.
Total biomass production, yield, evapo-transpiration, total crop nitrogen uptake, soil water balance, soil nitrogen dynamics, decomposition of soil organic matter
NWHEAT can be used for analyzing crop experiments and fertilizer trials. It has also been applied for climate change impact studies. See the attached zip-file for related articles.