In this clip Ken discusses the importance of early season stand evaluations, early season is the only time that we can investigate whether missing plants were actually missing seeds or a result of hindered germination or emergence. We can also predict the projected ear count by evaluating how evenly our stand emerged.
In this episode Isaac further examines properly setting the legend and the pitfalls of Kriged data when attempting to identify management zones.
In this episode Crop-Tech Consulting Agronomist, Isaac Ferrie, shows how using kriged or smoothed yield data can actually hide discrepancies or flaws in the yield data and misrepresent the precision of the monitor calibration process.
In this episode of Technology Tuesday, CTC Agronomist Isaac Ferrie discusses the value of properly setting the legend in yield mapping software to best identify management zones.
Brad discusses a new online service that stitches aerial imagery for a bargain price! For more information or tutorials visit Maps Made Easy's Website or their YouTube page.
[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text]The Hornet UAS has the ability to carry a number of cameras that can produce useful information for precision farming operations. Some examples included in Crop-Tech’s evaluation are a regular camera, giving an aerial view of visible field conditions, and a modified near infrared camera, which provides an indication of plant health beyond what would [...]