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Delineation of Management Zones using Multiple Crop Badri BasnetAB
 

Summary: Delineation of Management Zones using Multiple Crop
Yield Data
Badri BasnetAB
, Rob KellyB
, Troy JensenB
, Wayne StrongB
,
Armando ApanC
, and David ButlerB
A
Currently at The University of Queensland, Gatton, Queensland
B
Department of Primary Industries, Toowoomba, Queensland
C
The University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Queensland
ABSTRACT
Most agricultural fields naturally have within-field variations that may require site-specific
attention for optimum crop performance. These variations are often contiguous, extensive
and not easy to manage since every spot in a paddock is unique. Delineating a paddock into
a few `management zones' is therefore a practical management approach. In this study, yield

  

Source: Apan, Armando - Faculty of Engineering and Surveying, University of Southern Queensland

 

Collections: Geosciences; Engineering