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Development of a methodology for the variable-rate application of fertiliser in irrigated cotton fields


Development of a methodology for the variable-rate application of fertiliser in irrigated cotton fields



Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Precision Agriculture, Bloomington, Minnesota, USA, 16-19 July, 2000: 1-13



The technology to apply different rates of fertilizer within a single field has existed for some time, however methods for determining fertilizer rates at this scale are still problematic, especially for irrigated cotton in New South Wales, Australia.

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