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11-846AZ  Project Manager: E. M. Barnes

FIELD-LEVEL ANALYSIS OF YIELD VARIABILITY IN IRRIGATED COTTON IN ARIZONA

Pedro Andrade-Sanchez and Randy Norton, University of Arizona

Yield monitoring technology has advanced in the last decade to become a key tool in precision agriculture that gives producers the ability to improve production efficiencies by increasing their understanding of the within-field distribution of cotton yield and identify areas of opportunity to improve crop management. While the benefits of yield monitors have established benefits, processing and interpreting the data provided is not always a simple task. This project aims to demonstrate the benefits of in-field information obtained from cotton yields and provide producers with the tools needed to capture that information.

 

Project Year: 2012
 

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