A precíziós-helyspecifikus növénytermesztés muszaki és térinformatikai feltételrendszere

Translated title of the contribution: Technical and geoinformational conditions required for precision (site-specific) crop production

Miklós Neményi, Zsuzsanna Pecze, Péter Ákos Mesterházi, T. Németh

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Abstract

The use of precision (site-specific) crop production is spreading slowly but surely throughout the world. This new technology allows a far greater data basis to be compiled and analysed, both for the crop and for its environment, thus opening up new prospects for the use of artificial (technical and geographical) and natural (biological) information systems. Present developments indicate that in 5-10 years' time biological research (e.g. gene technology) will be more important than technical and geoinformational research in this field, too. Precision (site-specific) crop production requires a fundamental change of attitude, since the technology can only be applied against a background of interdisciplinary cooperation involving mechanical, electrical and chemical engineers, software designers, gcoinformation experts, environment experts, crop producers (including specialists in soil science, plant diseases and production technology), agricultural chemists, breeders and gene technologists, who must think and act together if economic, environmental protection (ecological) and quality benefits are to be achieved. In this way, precision (site-specific) crop production could be a basic tool in sustainable agricultural production. The paper not only outlines the advantages of the present system of precision (site-specific) farming, but also indicates what technical, geoinformational and biological research is necessary to achieve further improvements and what conclusions have been reached by the authors on the basis of their current research.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)419-430
Number of pages12
JournalNovenytermeles
Volume50
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2001

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A precíziós-helyspecifikus növénytermesztés muszaki és térinformatikai feltételrendszere. / Neményi, Miklós; Pecze, Zsuzsanna; Mesterházi, Péter Ákos; Németh, T.

In: Novenytermeles, Vol. 50, No. 4, 08.2001, p. 419-430.

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Neményi, Miklós ; Pecze, Zsuzsanna ; Mesterházi, Péter Ákos ; Németh, T. / A precíziós-helyspecifikus növénytermesztés muszaki és térinformatikai feltételrendszere. In: Novenytermeles. 2001 ; Vol. 50, No. 4. pp. 419-430.
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