Climate projections for Sweden indicate higher temperatures during summer and larger variability in precipitation between years. This poses enormous challenges for Swedish agriculture. The main aim of this project is to investigate relationships between soil management, soil quality and crop yield. We will gather 60-70 farmers in Västergötland and Östergötland and i) perform quantitative surveys and interviews to identify perceived risks, adaption measures and knowledge gaps for securing stable crop production in a changing climate, and ii) measure soil quality on 60-70 farm fields and collect long-term data on soil management, yield and weather to quantify relationships between soil management, soil quality, crop productivity and yield stability. Our hypothesis is that good soil quality improves yield stability, and that a more diverse (e.g. diverse crop rotation) and less intense (e.g. low tillage intensity) soil management improves soil quality.