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Report discusses the final calibration of Spring barley module in Daisy soil and plant model. This work was done with use of experimental field in Denmark. The result is a new more accurate Spring barley module which can be used for a large geographical area. In the same way new and final module is created for experimental field in Germany. Also, an attempt to create new and final Spring wheat module for experimental field in Poland took place, but satellite data alone was here shown not to be enough. Calibration is a time‐consuming process and therefore we discuss automated calibration. After realizing automated calibration, we show that there will be economic benefits to the farmer and potentially large environmental benefits if our approach will be implemented in large scale.
|Number of pages||85|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|
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Nitrogen Sensor for Soil Sustainability (demonstrator)
Andersen, B., Blaszczyk, T., Kaur, B., Bridgwood, I., Ottosen, I. M., Tahavori, M., Flyger, C., Kjærsgaard, N. C., Singh, B., Geismar, W., Nordfalk, J., Budtz, C. & Lynggaard, P.
01/01/2019 → 31/12/2021