Using Modulated On-farm Response Surface Experiments (MORSE) to develop evidence based, agronomic recommendations for precision agriculture

Posted on 14.02.2022 | Last Modified 14.02.2022
Lead Researcher (PI): Steven Shirtliffe
Institution: University of Saskatchewan
Total WGRF Funding: $113,633
Co-Funders: Saskatchewan Canola Development Commission, Saskatchewan Wheat Development Commission
Start Date: 2021
Project Length: 3 Years

Develop methodology that allows crop input experiments to be performed as field scale studies using modulated on-farm response surface experiments (MORSE). Refine image based technology to assess crop response variables, including yield. Develop statistical tools to analyze these unique experimental designs.