Using remote sensing to predict PI nitrogen uptake in rice

Brian Dunn, Tina Dunn, Iain Hume, Beverley Orchard, Remy Dehaan, Andrew Robson

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Abstract

Applying nitrogen to a rice crop at panicle initiation to increase yield is efficient and reliable. The NIR (Near Infra-red Reflectance) tissue test has been the industry standard for measuring crop growth and nitrogen at panicle initiation since the mid 1980s. However, many growers and agronomists do not take advantage of this technology and instead rely on estimating the rice crop’s nitrogen requirements. One of the main reasons growers do not use the test is difficulty in sampling the rice crop in the water.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherDPI-NSW
Commissioning bodyNSW Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI)
Number of pages3
Edition67
ISBN (Print)9781742569307
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Dunn, B., Dunn, T., Hume, I., Orchard, B., Dehaan, R., & Robson, A. (2015). Using remote sensing to predict PI nitrogen uptake in rice. (67 ed.) DPI-NSW.
Dunn, Brian ; Dunn, Tina ; Hume, Iain ; Orchard, Beverley ; Dehaan, Remy ; Robson, Andrew. / Using remote sensing to predict PI nitrogen uptake in rice. 67 ed. DPI-NSW, 2015. 3 p.
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67 ed. DPI-NSW, 2015. 3 p.

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