Application of soil electrical conductivity to precision agriculture: Theory, principles, and guidelines

@inproceedings{Corwin2003ApplicationOS,
  title={Application of soil electrical conductivity to precision agriculture: Theory, principles, and guidelines},
  author={Dennis L. Corwin and Scott M. Lesch},
  year={2003}
}
Due in large measure to the prodigious research efforts of Rhoades and his colleagues at the George E. Brown, Jr., Salinity Laboratory over the past two decades, soil electrical conductivity (EC), measured using electrical resistivity and electromagnetic induction (EM), is among the most useful and easily obtained spatial properties of soil that influences crop productivity. As a result, soil EC has become one of the most frequently used measurements to characterize field variability for… CONTINUE READING

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