A synthesis of multi-disciplinary research in precision agriculture: site-specific management zones in the semi-arid western Great Plains of the USA

@article{Khosla2008ASO,
  title={A synthesis of multi-disciplinary research in precision agriculture: site-specific management zones in the semi-arid western Great Plains of the USA},
  author={Raj Khosla and D. J. Inman and Dwayne G Westfall and Robin M. Reich and Mariecia Frasier and M. Mzuku and Barbara Koch and Alfred Hornung},
  journal={Precision Agriculture},
  year={2008},
  volume={9},
  pages={85-100}
}
Researchers from Colorado State University, in collaboration with scientists from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), initiated a long-term multi-disciplinary study in precision agriculture in 1997. Site-specific management zones (SSMZ) were investigated as a means of improving nitrogen management in irrigated maize cropping systems. The objective was to develop precise nutrient management strategies for semi-arid irrigated cropping systems. This study was conducted in five… CONTINUE READING
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