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Sensor-Mediated Agricultural Practices for Crop Production

Oklahoma State University Ag Engineer Randy Taylor and Auburn University Precision Ag Extension Specialist John Fulton have jointly offered details and insight in a new publication for cotton growers about a novel sensor-enabled device for agricultural practices and the varied-rate of application in agriculture aided products to help cotton growers.

This sensor-mediated technology has immense scope in production of cotton varieties by changing/modifying the use/application of harvest aids, plant growth regulators and nitrogen. The consumers should be aware of the restrictions of their devices and the sensors being deployed for the purpose, for enhancing the benefits.

The consumers should be thorough about the agronomy behind the applications and should be at ease with the recommendations. The experience with these prescriptions will facilitate the users to modify/use them for their desired conditions or to generate their own algorithm for the prescriptions. They should also be familiar with their devices and should be aware of adjusting their controllers for achieving maximum response. The customers should gain enough knowledge from experts or from those who are already executing the sensor–mediated varied-rate application.

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