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Yield monitoring and mapping is by far the most popular precision agriculture practice around the planet. It provides invaluable information on both, scale and location of variability, in crop fields. Yet, farmers and practitioners struggle to translate ‘data’ collected via yield mapping into ‘information’ to ‘decision’ making. This presentation will walk you through the process of yield mapping, calculating instantaneous yields, eliminating errors in yield map, and transforming multiple years of yield data into decision maps.
July 29, 2015 08:00am - Yield Data Mining (Grand Ballroom AB)
July 29, 2015 03:00pm - Repeat: Yield Data Mining (Grand Ballroom AB)
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InfoAg 2015 Exhibit Hall
The InfoAg Exhibit Hall will be the PrecisionAg Tech Center. This year's layout includes an expanded format and all breaks, and evening receptions will be hosted in the PrecisionAg Tech Center. See the interactive map of the exhibit hall here. InfoAg partners with PrecisionAg in bringing an excellent lineup of hardward, software, and service vendors.
Esri Midwest Agriculture User Group Meeting
Learn about the latest precision agriculture solutions on the ArcGIS platform at the Esri Midwest Ag User Group Meeting. They will discuss how to increase yields and revenue with advanced modeling tools for ArcGIS and how you can leverage location to improve crop health, farm management, and benchmarking.
The meeting is free to attend and is open to all with registration. Register Here