Progress in Remote Sensing of PI Nitrogen Uptake

Brian Dunn, Tina Dunn, Remy Dehaan, Andrew Robson

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Abstract

Advances in and availability of new remote sensing sensors has provided greater opportunities for agriculture. Our team has spent five years investigating the potential of remote sensing in rice by comparing the available research, investigating commercial drone, aircraft and satellite sensors and platforms, with the aim of better predicting nitrogen uptake in rice at panicle initiation (PI). We have identified a number of remote sensing options for rice growers. This research is part of an ongoing Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation (RIRDC) research project.
Original languageEnglish
Article number198
Pages (from-to)24-26
Number of pages3
JournalIREC Farmers' Newsletter
Issue number198
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Dunn, B., Dunn, T., Dehaan, R., & Robson, A. (2017). Progress in Remote Sensing of PI Nitrogen Uptake. IREC Farmers' Newsletter , (198), 24-26. [198].
Dunn, Brian ; Dunn, Tina ; Dehaan, Remy ; Robson, Andrew. / Progress in Remote Sensing of PI Nitrogen Uptake. In: IREC Farmers' Newsletter . 2017 ; No. 198. pp. 24-26.
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Dunn, B, Dunn, T, Dehaan, R & Robson, A 2017, 'Progress in Remote Sensing of PI Nitrogen Uptake', IREC Farmers' Newsletter , no. 198, 198, pp. 24-26.

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