The benefits of Stand Count Analysis
Stand Count Analysis determines the precise number of plants in a specific area, compares it to the expected results and calculates percentage under the norm. You can use Stand Count report to evaluate seed quality (germination rate), decide whether to replant or not, and mark the zones of potential yield losses. By obtaining an early yield estimate from Stand Count analysis, it’s easier to plan future agricultural operations and be proactive in replanting efforts.
The best time to apply Stand Count Analysis
Stand Count estimation can be used throughout the year, in almost all growing stages of crops after they are 12 cm or 4 inch tall. This analysis gives the relevant information for both early and late season and in that way gives you a chance to compare the number of plants at the beginning and end of the season.
Stand Count analysis is ideal for field crops and can be used to give you precise stand count information about wheat, barley, corn, soy, potato, tomato, rapeseed, industrial hemp, sunflower, sugar cane, sugar beet, tobacco, and other crops.