With the evolution of more sophisticated digital collection tools and the ability to transfer data in a wireless manner from the tractor cab to a mobile device, big data is moving beyond simply being a buzz-worthy term in agriculture.
John Fulton, biological engineering professor at Ohio State University, has researched the advancement of precision farming strategies from guidance and auto-steer to the cusp of what he calls a digital evolution.
In today’s Strip-Till Farmer podcast, Fulton analyzes the current adoption rates of precision technology on North American farms, along with the greatest potential to expand application of farm data to improve on-farm management and decision making.
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