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Using spatial soil, canopy, and crop data for vineyard management

Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 12:20pm to 1:10pm

Emerson Hall, 135

Cornell is currently leading a USDA-NIFA-Specialty Crop Research Initiative project focused on bringing precision agriculture technology to the juice, wine, and table grape industries in the United States.  Commercial vineyard blocks, in general, are managed uniformly because producers lack the tools and technology to measure and respond to variation in environmental resources, vine growth, and crop production. The “Efficient Vineyard” project brings together a multi-disciplinary team of engineers, precision agriculture specialists, viticulturists, economists, and extension specialists to measure vineyard soil, canopy, and crop characteristics, model spatial  vineyard crop load, and manage  vine production and fruit quality through mechanized variable-rate technologies.

Event Type

Seminar

Departments

Crop and Soil Sciences (CSS)

Tags

sips, sipsseminar, SCS

Contact E-Mail

tls1@cornell.edu

Contact Name

Tim Setter

Speaker

Terry Bates

Speaker Affiliation

Horticulture, Cornell University

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