The goal of precision agriculture is to improve production efficiency by adjusting crop treatments to the localized conditions in the field. However, the full benefit of precision agriculture will only be realized if the spatial variation across the field is accurately determined, and the relationship between yield and important production-limiting factors is correctly identified.
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Birrell, Stuart J. and Colvin, Thomas S., "Corn population sensing for interpretation of yield-limiting factors" (1999). Integrated Crop Management News. 2210.
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