Research from Nebraska farmers and Midwest universities suggests seeding rates for soybeans can often be decreased without affecting yield. These decreases could save growers $10 an acre in seed costs.
The 2017 Nebraska Extension Precision Ag Data Management Workshops offer hands-on data analysis instruction on applying variable rate technologies to improve crop production efficiency and on-farm economics.
Learn how to extract more information from your precision agriculture data at the 2017 Nebraska Extension Precision Ag Data Management Workshops in January and February. The workshops consist of presentations and hands-on exercises using Ag Leader SMS software, Microsoft Excel, and USDA Management Zone Analyst. It's geared toward producers, crop consultants, retailers, and other agricultural professionals.
A multi-disciplinary UNL Precision Ag Research and Extension team is working with local and regional industry groups and growers to examine the use and potential for multi-hybrid planters. This new technology can plant at least two seed varieties in one trip or manage various seed treatments from separate bulk tanks on the planter.
Learn how to extract more information from your precision agriculture data at the 2016 Nebraska Extension Precision Ag Data Management workshops this January. Presentations and hands-on exercises will cover