All last year, I tested variable-rate seeding, the primary technology in precision farming. I experimented with seeding rates in fields with different climatic conditions and various limiting factors. I planted a great number of hybrids and compared their reaction to the variable seeding rate.
In this article, I’ll continue to discuss the results of my experiments. This time, we’ll talk about sunflowers in chernozem, a humus-rich dark soil. I previously wrote about how the crop reacts to variable-rate seeding in chestnut soil. You can find out whether I managed to increase crop yield this time around in the article’s conclusions