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Special Topic: Crop Monitoring

Keep your farm on the map use satellites

Throughout history we have dedicated enormous amounts of time extensively mapping our world. Even today we’ve still got a long way to go when it comes to topography. Recording the size and shape of land, the quality of earth, climate ...

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Company at cutting edge of monitoring technology announces new feature

A company at the cutting edge of crop management has announced the launch of its newest feature, the controlling and monitoring of machinery. New Science Technologies already produces and markets Cropio, which uses technology, including multiple satellites, to monitor large ...

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New word in crop monitoring and farm management from Cropio

Upload your drone images to Cropio Cropio has recently started the usage of images taken by drones. Now clients can upload drone taken images directly into Cropio. Drones interact with Cropio by feeding it with rich, detailed and timely geo-tagged ...

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Latest version of Cropio – a brand-new service for agricultural business management

The international company N.S.T. New Science Technologies Ltd. presents its new service, called Cropio – a system for a remote field management and vegetation control. Since creating a pilot version of a product back in 2009, N.S.T. New Science Technologies ...

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7 Ag Apps for Your mobile

Too much of a good thing? There are hundreds of potentially helpful mobile apps farmers could use, with more being added all the time. Here are some of the newer agriculture apps that hope to earn a roster spot on ...

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Development of map data for precision agriculture

For past three years scientists at TARI have been using satellite imagery, aerial photography, and GIS (geographic information systems) mapping software to quantify type, spatial distribution and status of crops throughout the field in nine counties. The mapping information is ...

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How we improved yield for 15% using farm management system

Introduction I am an agronomist for a large agricultural holding company that is responsible for over 250,000 acres (100,000 hectares) in the eastern part of Europe with crops consisting primarily of sugar beet, rapeseed, and maize. I left Canada to ...

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Using Remote Sensing to Best Monitor Crops and Assess Damage

It is extremely important to keep a finger on the health of all crops. Knowing early on about an infestation can be the key to good productivity. Different factors such as lack of moisture, pests, weeds and fungi should be ...

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How efficient scouting can improve crop yield

In the old days, efficient scouting was a matter of time spend in the field – the more you walked, measured and recorded – the better the chance you had not to miss a nonperforming area on the field; this ...

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NDVI in agriculture

Using maps of vegetation indices created based on space images. It is known that the crop canopy reflection in red and near-infrared zones of the electromagnetic spectrum depends on its green phytomass. Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) is widely used ...

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