Estimating Site-Specific Nitrogen Crop Response Functions: A Conceptual Framework And Geostatistical Model

@inproceedings{Malzer2003EstimatingSN,
  title={Estimating Site-Specific Nitrogen Crop Response Functions: A Conceptual Framework And Geostatistical Model},
  author={Gary L. Malzer and Terrance M. Hurley and Bernard Kilian},
  year={2003}
}
Confirming the precision agriculture hypothesis for variable rate nitrogen applications (VRA) is challenging. To confront this challenge, researchers have used increasingly sophisticated statistical models to estimate and compare site-specific crop response functions (SSCRFs). While progress has been made, it has been hampered by the lack of a conceptual framework to guide the development of appropriate statistical models. This paper provides such a framework and demonstrates its utility by… CONTINUE READING

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