Case studies for precision agriculture
J. Šilha, P. Hamouz, V. Táborský, K. Štípek, J. Šnobl, K. Voříšek, L. Růžek, L. Brodský, K. Švechttps://doi.org/10.17221/10595-PPSCitation:Šilha J., Hamouz P., Táborský V., Štípek K., Šnobl J., Voříšek K., Růžek L., Brodský L., Švec K. (2002): Case studies for precision agriculture. Plant Protect. Sci., 38: 704-710.
The results of spatial variability of plant-available soil nutrients (P, K, Mg) and soil pH are described in this paper. Experiment was realized on the field of area 72 ha (orthic luvisol), located in the area of Český Brod. The use of coefficient of variation as a criterion of variability of soil agrochemical properties and yield on the field showed the following: the highest variability was observed in available P, the second highest variability was in available K, and the lowest variability of main non-mobile nutrients was in the available Mg. Soil pH was the lowest of all measured soil properties. Although the highest correlation coefficient between the soil available P content and soil pH was established, the process of spatial dependence was not detected. Detailed field scouting and others data can be important elements, as can complex decision rules, taking into account additional factors such as the characteristics of crop protection agents and preferences of the farm manager. This paper illustrates, how to plant nutritions, crop protection, crop production might be integrated to support these diseases and weeds management decisions.Keywords:
soil agrochemical properties; septoria disease; LA; GLA; weed infestation; yield of wheat; soil biological characteristics