Precision Agriculture is an up and coming side of farming all over the United States. Being able to use technology to benefit the yields is beneficial to all farmers that are using this form of farming. Many different things that make up precision agriculture are Global Positioning systems, self-driven tractors, yield mapping, drones, variable-rate technologies, and remote sensing systems. All of these techniques contribute to making precision agriculture what it is today. Expensive is a key factor in rather or not a farmer will use these techniques, as well as the benefits and drawbacks of each. Precision agriculture is still continuing to grow and will continue to grow throughout the years due to technology advancements.
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Senior Project Advisor
Mr. Ryan Morrow
Bachelor of Integrated Studies Degree
Field of Study
Burns, Landon Edward Mr., "From the Field to Fork" (2018). Integrated Studies. 135.