GIS: The Systematic Approach to Precise Farm Management. Robert Biffle Precision Agriculture April, 21 2003. Statement of the Problem.
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GIS: The Systematic Approach to Precise Farm Management
April, 21 2003
In the ever changing markets of today’s economies, data needs to be processed into information quickly and scientifically while being transferred to decision makers in a timely manner. Decision makers can then make decisions that are timely and accurate for their application specific situation, which in our case is farm management.
Using radiometers in the field to capture incoming light, takes the place of older tarp methods which are more costly and cumbersome to use
Original TIFF Image (ODR)
White dots are trees and higher NDVI values
Lower NDVI values
Bad Soil Areas
Actual bad trees in the problem areas of the field pictured below