The key concept of precision agriculture is to apply adapted management practices to specific soils or zones within farm fields that exhibit spatial variability in factors such as: topography, crop productivity, pest populations, soil morphology, and nutrient availability.Digital terrain modeling: A review of hydrological, geomorphological and biological applications. Hydrological processes. 5:3-30. Morgan M. and D. Ess. 1997. The precision-farming guide for agriculturists. 1997. John Deere Publishing, Molineanbsp;...
|Title||:||Studies of Economically Optimum Fertilizer Rates and Spatial Variation of Landscape-scale Experiments|
|Author||:||Jose Adolfo Hernandez Baldizon|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|