Mapping spatial variability of soil properties and yield by using geostatic method
M. Kroulík, M. Mimra, F. Kumhála, V. Prošekhttps://doi.org/10.17221/4875-RAECitation:Kroulík M., Mimra M., Kumhála F., Prošek V. (2006): Mapping spatial variability of soil properties and yield by using geostatic method. Res. Agr. Eng., 52: 17-24.
The Czech University of Agriculture in Prague (CUA) Farm at Lány started with precision farming technology several years ago. In the first step the yield and nutrients content were monitored. For precision application development, detailed description of soil conditions and interrelationship will be necessary. Pulling force and soil electric conductivity measurement as indirect measuring methods were used for mapping spatial soil variability. These methods demonstrate other ways for description of complex soil media.Keywords:
precision agriculture; geostatistics; maps; spatial variability