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Using landsat to provide potato production estimates to Columbia Basin farmers and processors
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va
Written in English
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Though the state has only potato growers, the crop is worth $ billion to the state’s economy each year, Chris Voigt, executive director of the Washington State Potato Commission, told The. The Columbia Basin vegetable region includes parts of Morrow, and Umatilla counties as indicated on the map at right. The Columbia Basin is a major area for the production of potatoes, sweetcorn, melons and onions and a number of other temperate vegetables, herbs and vegetable seeds. Crops are produced for both fresh market and processing. The.
Potato Production. There is also a substantial wholesale market in the Mid-Atlantic based around the increasing demand for locally-produced foodstuffs and specialty-type potatoes. Due to the wide diversity in types and high consumer consumption, potatoes are a good enterprise option for many growers. Agriculture and Rural Land Use study guide by Nmak19 includes 58 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades.
in the Columbia Basin big business, leaving little room for farmers with small acreages. Land that is too steep or poor to use for wheat pro-duction is scattered throughout the cultivated area. Al-though modern machines and methods have permitted some of this land to be brought under cultivation, there. irrigation, and water diverted for agriculture is the largest offstream water use in the Columbia system—over 6,, acres, or 37 percent of total cropland in the area, is irrigated (Census of Agriculture, ). Over 93 percent of daily water use in the Columbia River basin (, acre-feet per day) is for agriculture (ibid.).
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Using Landsat to provide potato production estimates to Columbia Basin farmers and processors. Abstract. A summary of project activities relative to the estimation of potato yields in the Columbia Basin is given.
Oregon State University is using a two-pronged approach to yield estimation, one using simulation models and the other using. Using LANDSAT to provide potato production estimates to Columbia Basin farmers and processors. Abstract. The estimation of potato yields in the Columbia basin is described.
The fundamental objective is to provide CROPIX with working models of potato production. A two-pronged approach was used to yield estimation: (1) using simulation. PROJECT SUMMARY GRANT: Using Landsat to Provide Potato Production Estimates to Columbia Basin Farmers and Processors COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT NO.
NCC GRANTEE: Oregon State University Department of Bioresource Engineering (formerly Agricultural Engineering) Corvallis, Oregon (NASA-CR) USING LANDSAT TO PROVIDE.
GRANT: Using Landsat to Provide Potato Production Estimates to Columbia Basin Farmers and Processors COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT NO. NCC GRANTEE: Oregon State University Department of Bioresource Engineering (formerly Agricultural Engineering) Corvallis, Oregon Study Objectives.
This study provides information on (1) the variable and fixed costs required to produce potatoes, for the fresh or processed markets, under center pivot irrigation, and (2) the ranges of price and yield levels at which potato production would be a profitable enterprise.
Contracts for Columbia Basin potatoes are down less than half a percentage point from last year, the negotiator working on their behalf says. Dale Lathim, executive director of the Potato Growers.
Washington's total potato production and the Columbia Basin produces one third of North America's fr ozen potato products (Tri - City Herald, ). Processors primarily produce. • Farmers clear land for planting by slashing vegetation and burning the debris • Farmers grow crops on the cleared fields only for a few years, until soil nutrients are depleted, then leave it fallow for many years so the soil can recover • 1/4 of the world's land area, but less than 5% of the people practice it.
The following budgets is estimates of the cost of producing processing potatoes in Manitoba. General Manitoba Agriculture recommendations are assumed in using fertilizers and chemical inputs.
These figures provide an economic evaluation of the crops and estimated yields required to cover all costs. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Using Landsat to provide potato production estimates to Columbia Basin farmers and processors Item Preview remove-circle.
Potato production by season Spring potato final production for totaled million cwt, 27 percent below the previous year. Harvested area, at 48, acres, decreased 34 percent from The average yield for spring potatoes was cwt per acre, up 30 cwt from Beginning inspring potato estimates were discontinued in Arizona.
Center Pivot Irrigation Columbia Basin, Washington By Herbert Hinman, Mark Trent and Mark Pavek grown under center pivot irrigation in the Columbia Basin.
Provide estimates of capital requirements, production costs, and break-even prices. Much of the land used for potato production is rented. Basin on a Quincy sand, investigating reduced tillage in the potato production year and no-tillage of corn during rotation years (Collins et al.
Reduced tillage rotations maintained potato. Potato Production Down Slightly All potato production in totaled million cwt, down slightly from the crop. Harvested area, at million acres, was down 3 percent from The average yield of cwt per acre was up 11 cwt from the previous year.
Spring potato final production for totaled million cwt, As fall potato harvest wrapped up around the Columbia Basin, growers were expecting above-average yield and quality thanks to an exceptional growing season.
Bill Brewer, CEO of the Oregon Potato Commission, said early spring conditions helped to jump-start the crop’s growth, while summer cooled off enough to avoid stifling the plants. Goals / Objectives Develop high-value crop production systems which maximize economic yield and quality and minimize detrimental environmental impact of crop production, through use of best-management practices for fertilization and irrigation, pest control, plastic mulches, row covers, windbreaks, etc., and plant stand establishment.
Evaluate adaptation of commercial cultivars. Commercial Potato Production in North America A Brief History of this Handbook and Use of the Information The current publication, Commercial Potato Production in North America was originally published in July by the USDA Agricultural Research Service, Agriculture Handbook Size: 1MB.
Commercial Potato Production Guide Ajay Nair, Donald Lewis, Vince Lawson, Laura Jesse Iles, Lina Rodriguez-Salamanca. Potatoes are the world’s most important vegetable crop and have been grown in the United States since the early s.
This publication discusses the many different types of potato and their characteristics, recommended. Potato is grown in a 3 or more year rotation with other crops such as maize, beans and alfalfa, to maintain soil productivity, to check weeds and to reduce crop loss from insect damage and diseases, particularly soil-borne disease.
Potato requires a well-drained, well-aerated, porous soil with pH of 5 to 6.to 12 in depth) for Russet Burbank potato produced in the Columbia Basin.
Nutrient Bz Cuy Fe yMn Znx ppm Critical concentration — — — to zExtracted with hot water. yInsufficient research data to determine critical soil test levels Cu, Fe, Mn. xExtracted with DTPA. Table 8. "Potato is the main cash crop, but farmers using a 3-year rotation need another cash crop as well—maybe corn or beans or canola.
The second crop may not be as profitable as potato.