Spatio-temporal modelling of biomass of intensively grazed perennial dairy pastures using multispectral remote sensing

@article{Edirisinghe2012SpatiotemporalMO,
  title={Spatio-temporal modelling of biomass of intensively grazed perennial dairy pastures using multispectral remote sensing},
  author={Asoka Edirisinghe and Dave Clark and Deanne Waugh},
  journal={Int. J. Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation},
  year={2012},
  volume={16},
  pages={5-16}
}
Pasture biomass is a vital input for management of dairy systems in New Zealand. An accurate estimate of pasture biomass information is required for the calculation of feed budget, on which decisions are made for farm practices such as conservation, nitrogen use, rotational lengths and supplementary feeding leading to profitability and sustainable use of pasture resources. The traditional field based methods of measuring pasture biomass such as using rising plate metres (RPM) are largely… CONTINUE READING
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