Corn Crop Growth

Published: 31 May 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/zvpg53tc2p.1
Antonio Silverio Pires


This dataset contains information on environmental and soil variables that influence the growth of corn crops. The data was collected from 2010 to 2019 with the aim of predicting and optimizing management practices to improve corn productivity. Variables Temperature Description: Ambient temperature in degrees Celsius. Data Type: Numeric (float) Value Range: 10°C to 35°C Importance: Temperature directly influences the growth rate and development of corn. Temperatures within the optimal range promote ideal plant growth. Humidity Description: Relative humidity in percentage. Data Type: Numeric (float) Value Range: 30% to 90% Importance: Relative humidity is crucial for transpiration and gas exchange in corn leaves, affecting nutrient and water absorption. Soil_Moisture Description: Soil moisture in percentage. Data Type: Numeric (float) Value Range: 10% to 40% Importance: Soil moisture is fundamental for water availability to corn roots, especially during critical stages of germination and vegetative growth. Growth Description: Corn growth in centimeters. Data Type: Numeric (float) Value Range: Dependent on environmental and soil conditions Importance: Direct measure of plant health and development, influenced by environmental and soil variables. It is the target variable for regression models.



Agricultural Science, Crop Management