NeATA Ag Technology Presentations Available Online

NeATA Ag Technology Presentations Available Online

March 28, 2013

Advances in ag technology and recommendations for its use were among the topics at the 2013 Nebraska Agricultural Technologies Association (NEATA) Conference held in Grand Island.

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The February 13 pre-conference symposium included seven presentations related to variable-rate technologies and techniques for improving water, seed, and nutrient management on the farm.

The February 14 general session featured a unique blend of over 15 speakers from industry, academia, and government agencies.

The keynote speakers included:

  • Ronnie Green, NU vice president and IANR Harlan vice chancellor, who spoke on "Ag is Sexy and NU Knows It;"
  • John Fulton, associate professor at Auburn University, who spoke on "Ag Technology Roadmap to Support U.S. Crop Production;" and
  • Kylen Hunt, PDS Manager, Cropmetrics, on "The Purpose of Precision."

Eighteen session presentations (PDF format) are now available for viewing at: ssm/neataconference.

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