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000177827 245__ $$aSpatial dimensions of precision agriculture: a spatial econometric analysis of millet yield on Sahelian coversands
000177827 260__ $$c2002-11
000177827 269__ $$a2002-11
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000177827 336__ $$aJournal Article
000177827 520__ $$aThe identification of local soil variability caused by within-field differences of macronutrients and ecological features is
of paramount importance for the effectiveness of precision agriculture. We present several spatial statistical and econometric
techniques to capture local differences in soil variation, ecological characteristics, and yield more effectively than the analytical
techniques traditionally used in agronomy. The application of these techniques is illustrated in a case study dealing with
precision agriculture in the West African Sahel. The production of millet on acid sandy soils constitutes a typical example
of low soil fertility areas exhibiting small absolute but large relative differences in crop production conditions over short
distances.
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000177827 650__ $$aProduction Economics
000177827 650__ $$aResearch and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies
000177827 6531_ $$aPrecision agriculture
000177827 6531_ $$aSpatial econometrics
000177827 6531_ $$aMillet yield
000177827 6531_ $$aSahel
000177827 6531_ $$aCoversands
000177827 700__ $$aFlorax, Raymond J.G.M.
000177827 700__ $$aVoortman, Roelf L.
000177827 700__ $$aBrouwer, Joost
000177827 773__ $$dNovember 2002$$jVolume 27$$kIssue 3$$o443$$q425$$tAgricultural Economics: The Journal of the International Association of Agricultural Economists
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