ASA and John Deere Bring Precision Ag Ed to Growers

Laura McNamaraEducation, Precision Ag in the News

The Mid-South FarmerGrowers in Indiana have the chance to learn more about precision agriculture. The Mid-South Farmer reports that John Deere is partnering with the American Soybean Association in an effort to arm local growers with knowledge about precision agriculture systems.

Winter meetings are planned for Jan. 8, 2008, in Wahoo, Neb.; Jan. 28, 2008, in Jonesboro, Ark.; and Jan. 29, 2008, Indianapolis, Ind.

“This is the winter education series of our “Reach for the Stars” precision ag program,” says ASA president John Hoffman, a soybean producer from Waterloo, Iowa. “These meetings provide a great learning opportunity for anyone who has considered integrating precision ag into their operation or wants to learn about the latest in precision farming technology.”

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