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An economic analysis of using remote sensing to identify and respond to crop variability A case study in peanuts

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Determining the yield deficit produced by a limiting growth factor, combined with the area of crop affected, allows accurate predictions on total economic losses to be made... Figure 2: Relationship between colour zone (grey and black bars indicate the corresponding hand sample results from the high and low crop vigour zones respectively), with (a) yield and (b) % pod maturity measured at each sample date... Table 4: Predicted total crop yield calculated from the area covered by each colour zone by the measured hand sample...