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Webinar 6: The Spatial Data Cycle  – December 11, 2018

We have learned about the various ways to collect spatial vineyard data on soil, canopy, and crop. This webinar will follow this valuable information in its journey from the sensor, through processing and mapping software, and back to the vineyard for variable rate management.

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Webinar 2 slides: 

Webinar 2 links and references:
Bates & Wolf. Nutrient Management. Wine Grape Production Guide for Eastern North America
Havlin, Beaton, Tisdale & Nelson. Soil Fertility and Fertilizers: An Introduction to Nutrient Management 6th edition.
Veris Spatial pH sensing promotional video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ND-gPCux3DY&t=6s
 
Webinar 3 Slides:
Webinar 3 links and references:
Shaulis, N., Maberg, H., and Crowe, D. (1966) Response of Concord grapes to light, exposure and Geneva Double Curtain training. Proceedings of the American Society of Horticultural Science. 89.268-280.
Smart, R.E., Robinson, M.D. (1991) Sunlight into Wine. (p.28 – rate your vineyard on canopy efficiency)
USGS 2018 Landsat Missions https://landsat.usgs.gov/
Barsi, J., Lee, K., Kvaran, G., Markham, B., Pedelty, J. (2014) The Spectral Response of the Landsat-8 Operational Land Imager.  Remote Sensing 6(10).
Hall, A., Lamb, D.W., Holzapfel, B., Louis, J. (2002) Optical remote sensing applications in viticulture – a review.  Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research. Blackwell Publishing.
Rouse Jr., J., Haas, R.H., Schell, J.A., Deering, D.W. 1974. Monitoring vegetation in the Great Plains with ERTS. NASA special Publication 351,309.
Roman, Anamaria and Ursu, tudor (2016) Multispectral satellite imagery and airborne laser scanning techniques for the detection of archaeological vegetation marks.
Abdou, Bannari and Morin, D, Bonn, F., Huete, Alfredo (1996) A review of vegetative indices. Remote Sensing Reviews. 13.95-120.
Matese, A., Toscano, P., DiGennaro, S.F., Genesio, L., Vaccari, F.P., Primicerio, J., Belli, C., Zaldei, A., Lianconi, R., Gioli, B., (2015) Intercomparison of UAV, aircraft and satellite remote sensing platforms for precision viticulture. Remote sensing 7(3).
Lamb, D.W., Trotter, M.G., Schneid, D.A. (2009) Ultra low-level (ULLA) sensing of crop canopy reflectance: A case study using a Crop Circle™ sensor. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 69(1)
Crop Circle™ pricing can be found at HollandScientific.com

Trade names used in this webinar are for convenience only.  No endorsement of products is intended, nor is criticism of unnamed products implied.  The information in this webinar reflect the current (and past) participants’ best effort to interpret a complex body of scientific research, and to translate this into practical management options.  Following the guidance provided in this webinar does not assure compliance with any applicable law, rule, regulation or standard, or the achievement of particular discharge levels from agricultural land.