Management of rice-grain production

Over-fertilisation of rice causes increased growth of stems resulting in creating conditions of reduced ventilation of plants which are suitable for the developing Pyricularia oryzae (Fungal Disease of Rice)

With the use of generally recognized modern methods can be determined the optimum dosage of nitrogen that is required in every stage of crop development for obtaining the highest yield with no additional cost to the producer or impact on the environment from needless use of nitrogen and for preventing fungal diseases.

Experimental rice fields of Greek Agricultural Organisation DIMITRA. Measuring normalized difference vegetation index NDVI with use of UAV (summer 2014)

Experimental fields with differentiated nitrogen fertilisation (Photo RGB)

  Identification of zones differentiated nitrogen fertilisation

 

Ratio of nitrogen fertilisation and rice fields’ yield Determination of optimum dosage of nitrogen with the use of harvest index Determination of nitrogen’s dosage with the use of algorithm