Impact of various cultivation technologies on productivity of potato (Solanum tuberosum) in central non-cenozoic zone of russia

In recent years, a significant advancement in the cultivation technologies needs to be established to improvise the commercial quality and strengthening the competitiveness among the domestic potato producers in Russia. This ten-year (2010 to 2019) trial was conducted at Moscow region to study the effect of various cultivation technologies on potato productivity, one of the main crops of the central non-chernozem region. Two factor experimental trial was laid with factor A-cultivation technology (precise and traditional) and factor B-methods of tillage (dump and minimum) performed using an autopilot based on the GPS system, with real-time signal correction. It was revealed that the efficiency of using autopilot and parallel driving systems significantly enhances potato productivity by an average of 30% to a tune of 26.2 t/ha under Precise Cultivation Technology system. Hence, in conducting field trial, it is needed to focus on the implementation of new and progressive technologies, which undoubtedly include precise (coordinate) agriculture. Precision farming has became as a revolutionary technology, which transforms farming related data into useful information for cropping decision-making. Overall, our research indicates that precision farming can ameliorate input usage efficiency, and enhance net income in potato cultivation. © 2020, Gaurav Society of Agricultural Research Information Centre. All rights reserved.

Belenkov A.1 , Peliy A. 2 , Vasyukova A.3 , Burlutskiy V.4 , Borodina E. 5 , Diop A. 2 , Moskin A.3
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  • 1 Department of Agriculture and Experimental Methods of the RSAU-MTAA, Moscow, 127550, Russian Federation
  • 2 Department of Agrobiotechnology, Institute of Agriculture, RUDN University, Moscow, 117198, Russian Federation
  • 3 Department of production technology and organization of public catering and commodity science, Moscow State University of Technology and Management, Moscow, 109004, Russian Federation
  • 4 Kaluga Research Institute of Agriculture, Kaluga region249142, Russian Federation
  • 5 Department of Plant Growing and Meadow Ecosystems, RSAU - MTAA, Moscow, 127550, Russian Federation
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Autopiloting GPS system; Butt joints; Potato; Precision agriculture; Ridge formation
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