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The Science Behind Optical Sensing

For an agronomist like Ray Asebedo, the science behind optical sensor technology starts with the premise that plants are visual communicators that “speak” in wavelengths of light. Lush greens are usually indicators of good health, a sign of enough N in the soil system. Yellowing can signal stress.
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The Modular Side of Optical Sensing

Dr. Ray Asebedo, former assistant professor of precision agriculture at Kansas State University and consultant for Topcon Agriculture, discusses the motivation behind the momentum for optical sensing technology in strip-till.
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What is the Agronomist Nitrogen Recommendation Algorithm?

Dr. Ray Asebedo is a former assistant professor of precision agriculture at Kansas State University and consultant for Topcon Agriculture. He focuses on the development of agronomic algorithms and IoT to enable farmers to utilize optical sensor technologies for nutrient management in corn, soybeans and wheat.
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Leveraging Sensor Technology to be Smarter & Smaller with Nutrient Applications [Webinar]

During this free, live webinar event sponsored by Topcon Agriculture, Dr. Ray Asebedo, former assistant professor of precision agriculture at Kansas State University and consultant for Topcon, expands on accuracy of fertilizer application aided by advancements of sensing technology — to include autonomous vehicles and machine vision — in strip-till systems. [To view any of our webinar replays, you must be logged in with a free user account.]
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2018 National Strip-Tillage Conference Speaker

Sensing an Evolution in Strip-Till Fertilizer Application Strategies

Kansas State University researcher Dr. Ray Asebedo to present comparative fertility research and discuss the expanded uses of sensing technology in strip-till at the 2018 National Strip-Tillage Conference.
Kansas State University researcher Dr. Ray Asebedo to present comparative fertility research and discuss the expanded uses of sensing technology in strip-till at the 2018 National Strip-Tillage Conference.
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