Predicting the Yield of Crops Using Gis/Gps Integration - A Case Study at Benso Oil Palm Plantation Limited
- Lovely fall weather aids the harvest. Groth, Glen // Farmer;Dec2015, Vol. 133 Issue 12, p6
The article offers the author's insight on the good crop yield aided by the fall weather, focusing on the his considerations when making a decision of how much fall tileage he needed.
- Yield pours from Crop Watch '13 field. BECHMAN, TOM J. // Ohio Farmer;Nov2013, Vol. 309 Issue 11, p16
The article informs that Crop Watch 2013 field's improved yield based on factors soil types, proper field checks, and healthy plants.
- Beyond pretty maps. frieberg, dan // Corn & Soybean Digest;Aug2013, Vol. 73 Issue 6, p50
The article discusses the importance of relying on data file as a decision-making tool. It notes that practical solutions to complex agronomic issues require a database structure that contains mapping technology, global positioning satellite (GPS) systems to visualize field data. The article...
- 7 ingredients of 300 bu. corn. McMahon, Karen // Farm Industry News;Mid-Feb2012, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p10
The article discusses 7 key factors for producing 300 bushels (300-bu.) of corn per acre as described by University of Illinois professor Fred Below. These include weather, which is ranked as the biggest factor affecting crop yield, followed by the proper application of nitrogen, potassium and...
- Get maximum info from yield maps. Trcka, Paul A. // Dakota Farmer;Feb2011, p60
The article offers tips on how to maximize the Global Positioning System (GPS) yield maps in agriculture including collecting of accurate data through deliberate yield monitor calibration, considering the right map, and seeking an advice from expert.
- Comparison of Morphological Characteristics of Twelve Cultivars of Tomato Determinate Plants and Their Impact on Yield and its Structure. Jędrszczyk, Elżbieta; Ambroszczyk, Anna; Kopcińska, Joanna; Skowera, Barbara; Sękara, Agnieszka // Vegetable Crops Research Bulletin;2012, Vol. 76, p89
Experiment took place in the open field in the Vegetable Experimental Station of Agricultural University near Cracow in the years 2008-2010. In the experiment twelve, polish-bred determinate tomato cultivars: Sokal F1, Batory F1, Rejtan F1, Hetman F1, Babinicz, Luban, Mieszko F1, III A F1, Awizo...
- Peanut harvesting technology advances helping keep yields on an upward trend. Roberson, Roy // Southwest Farm Press;7/2/2009, Vol. 36 Issue 15, Special section p13
The article offers information on harvesting technologies which helped high peanut yield among peanut growers in the U.S. It mentions that the use of global positioning satellites (GPS) in guiding peanut diggers has been a labor saver for entire farming operation. Moreover, it states that the...
- The Regenesis Project: A new approach for irrigated agriculture. CECH, TOM // Journal: American Water Works Association;May2012, Vol. 104 Issue 5, p101
The article reports that the irrigators of Colorado use innovative technology to improve the crop yields and water delivery for irrigation. It mentions that the farmers use global positioning system to improve the crop-row spacing. It mentions that the removal of irrigation water leads to...
- GPS, photos used to document soybean leaf area. Yancy Jr, Cecil H. // Western Farm Press;9/20/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 15, p7
Focuses on the importance of global positioning system in documenting soybean leaf area index to measure yield potential. Specification of the traditional recommendations; Role played by leaf area in determining yield potential; Usage of vegetative index to measure plant growth and the amount...