Precision agriculture based on crop physiological principles improves whole-farm yield and profit: A case study
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Highlights•Precision agriculture should account for the physiological processes underlying the relationship between environment and crop development, growth and yield.•Crop choice and practices were tailored to each zone based on ecophysiological principles.•Zone management increased production and profit, and reduced risk.•It is possible to achieve the yield gain rates required to meet projected grain demand in 2050.

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