REMOTE SENSING Detection of Phosphorus and Nitrogen Deficiencies in Corn Using Spectral Radiance Measurements

  title={REMOTE SENSING Detection of Phosphorus and Nitrogen Deficiencies in Corn Using Spectral Radiance Measurements},
  author={Shannon L. Osborne and James S. Schepers and Dennis D. Francis and Michael Schlemmer},
techniques to estimate nutrient status could decrease the amount of labor needed for sampling, and could Applications of remote sensing in crop production are becoming reduce the cost associated with sampling and analysis. increasingly popular due in part to an increased concern with pollution of surface and ground waters due to over-fertilization of agricultural Destructive tissue testing is a common way to assess lands and the need to compensate for spatial variability in a field. crop N and… CONTINUE READING
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