Joe Luck - Extension Precision Agriculture Engineer

Joe Luck

faculty
Work Chase Hall (CHA) 204
Lincoln NE 68583-0726
US
Work 402-472-1488 On campus, dial 2-1488

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Twitter: @joeluck_unl

Checking seed placement of a multi-hybrid planter
Figure 1. Joe Luck (left) and Rachel Stevens check seed placement of a multi-hybrid planter being tested as part of a collaborative research project among UNL researchers, industry, and growers.

UNL Precision Ag Leads Group Studying Multi-Hybrid Planter Applications in Corn and Soybeans

May 26, 2016
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.

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2016 Precision Ag Workshops: Get More Value From Your Data

November 25, 2015

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

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