Comprehensive information on Nitrogen Use Efficiency for cereal crop productionPrecision Sensing CES Workshop, January 18-19, 2005
January 18, 2005  
LOCATION: Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering lab building just east of the Colvin Center and South of the OSU track
8:00-8:45 Resolution and Scale of Measurements, Bill Raun, John Solie
8:45-9:30 Radiometric Theory & Vegetative Indices, John Solie
9:30-10:15 N Rich Strips, Bill Raun
    *Maximum Yield Potential
    *Predicting Fertilizer Response
10:15-10:30 BREAK
10:30-11:15 Components of the Nitrogen Fertilization Optimization Algorithm (NFOA), Bill Raun
11:15-12:00 Sensor Based Nitrogen Rate Calculator, Web Based Calculation of Whole Field Topdress N Rates, Bill Raun
12:00-12:40 LUNCH
12:40-2:30 Training on the Use of Hand-Held Sensor (IPAQ, data collection, data management)
2:30-3:00 N Rich Strips (Field Exercise explanation)
3:00-4:00 Travel to Experiment #222, and collect data for the Field Exercise
4:00-5:00 Data Interpretation, added Examples for On-Line Algorithms (BIOEN Computer Lab) Bill Raun, John Solie
    *Use of IPAQ Program for N Rate Recommendations
January 19, 2005  
LOCATION: 210 Agricultural Hall
8:15-9:30 Calibration Stamps, Bill Raun, John Solie
      Addendum (Solie)
9:30-10:15 Yield Potential Prediction for Various Crops, Refining Regional Algorithms, Bill Raun
10:15-11:00 Treating Temporal and Spatial Variability (VRT Applicator), John Solie
11:00-12:00 GPS and Mapping, John Solie
12:00-12:15 Wrap Up
12:15-1:00 LUNCH

1. Spatial Variability in Precision Agriculture

2. Resolution Determination, J. Solie

3. History of Indirect Measures, W. Raun

4. Descriptive Statistics

5. History of Predicting Yield Potential, N Response and N Rates W. Raun

6. GIS, J. Solie

7. Sampling Strategies, J. Solie

8. Remote Sensing, J. Solie

9. Satellite Management, J.Solie