Grower finds simple method to convert crop protein maps into urea applications

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July 22 2021 - 7:05am
Grower Broden Holland, Koolpari, Young has worked out a simple method to convert their crop protein maps into urea applications - the result has been decreasing variance in their yields and protein percentages, whilst increasing yields.
Grower Broden Holland, Koolpari, Young has worked out a simple method to convert their crop protein maps into urea applications - the result has been decreasing variance in their yields and protein percentages, whilst increasing yields.

Farmers have plenty of data at their fingertips these days, yield maps, protein maps, soil maps - you name it. But the challenge is how to convert that data into meaningful management strategies.

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Olivia Calver

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