Modern agricultural machinery is capable of collecting a huge amount of data during harvest and other operations. This data can be extracted and put to use in order to better understand variability across paddocks and crops, and in turn improve yields and productivity. Using sophisticated GIS software and interpolation methods, Eden PA can clean, process and map this data for you, and produce georeferenced maps you can put to use straight away.
The best management decisions for a paddock are based on longterm performance trends, rather than just the last season. To get a complete picture of how different parts of a paddock respond to different inputs, you need to take multiple seasons into account. Eden PA can assist by performing a multi-season analysis of yield stability, which will allow for much greater accuracy in the establishment of management zones and the production of prescription maps.
Having a wealth of data about your yields and soils is great, but to use it properly you need to be able to identify relationships between different variables and their effects on your yields. Eden PA can undertake statistical comparison of cleaned and processed yield data against one or more other variables, for example soil moisture or nitrogen content, in order to find correlations and identify key influences on crop yield. This will allow you to better understand variability across paddocks and crops, and make changes to improve yields and productivity.
Crop trials are a great way of testing different varieties or treatments in your own soil and climate. Eden PA can undertake statistical comparison of cleaned and processed yield data from your crop trial against one or more other variables, for example crop variety or chemical/nutrient application rate applied, in order to find correlations and identify the factors which are most closely related to crop productivity and profitability.
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