A Pilot Project to Evaluate the Use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to Analyze Regional Data on Pests and Diseases of Vegetables
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AbstractGeographic Information Systems (GIS) are computer databases that organize information in a spatial framework. This allows the analysis of data based in part on location. A pilot project has been set up in the Yuma Valley to explore the use of GIS to study the influence of crop sequences, weeds, urban areas, and insect vector populations on the incidence of virus diseases of vegetables. The goal is to learn to collect field observations in such a way that long term regional trends can be understood and visualized. Such information can then be used in management plans.
Series/Report no.Series P-93