On-the-go soil sensors for precision agriculture

@inproceedings{Adamchuka2004OnthegoSS,
  title={On-the-go soil sensors for precision agriculture},
  author={V. I. Adamchuka and J. W. Hummelb and M. T. Morganc and S. K. Upadhyayad},
  year={2004}
}
  • V. I. Adamchuka, J. W. Hummelb, +1 author S. K. Upadhyayad
  • Published 2004
The basic objectives of site-specific management of agricultural inputs are to increase profitability of crop production, improve product quality, and protect the environment. Information about the variability of different soil attributes within a field is essential for the decision-making process. The inability to obtain soil characteristics rapidly and inexpensively remains one of the biggest limitations of precision agriculture. Numerous researchers and manufacturers have attempted to… CONTINUE READING
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