Advanced Technologies for the Improvement of Spray Application Techniques in Spanish Viticulture: An Overview
Gil Moya, Emilio
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Spraying techniques have been undergoing continuous evolution in recent decades. This paper presents part of the research work carried out in Spain in the field of sensors for characterizing vineyard canopies and monitoring spray drift in order to improve vineyard spraying and make it more sustainable.
Some methods and geostatistical procedures for mapping vineyard parameters are proposed, and the development of a variable rate sprayer is described. All these technologies are interesting in terms of adjusting the amount of pesticides applied to the target canopy
Is part ofSensors, 2014, vol. 14, p. 691-708
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