K-MSG-L Notes 6 (13) - . (e.g,comparisonof...

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generate tracking and mapping. This strategy is used to assess the potency of substitute  management techniques employed in the development of the plants (e.g., comparison of  varieties, seeding rates, pest management measures, tillage techniques, etc.) and to recognize  field issues (e.g., ground compaction, drainage issues, etc.). This generate tracking strategy is  finding the greatest acceptance and this may be in aspect because the generate tracking and  mapping techniques are typical option on grain harvesting devices. One of the real concerns with using generate tracking and mapping techniques relates to the issue of arriving at the correct  inference of what causes the variation in results in noted. The prospective layers of information  (e.g., pH, precious crops grown, ground structure, planting date, nutrients used, variety grown,  pesticides used, rainfall, etc.) has been suggested to exceed . To be able to handle the lots of  
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