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SDSU to host Precision Ag Conference

Posted on March 05, 2013

The use of precision technology in agriculture has been a game-changer in the way food is grown today. These advancements have led to drastic improvements in both the economical and environmental sides of farming. Precision agriculture has allowed farmers to increase yields while reducing the amount of necessary inputs such as seed, fuel, fertilizer and others.

To further grower education in this arena, South Dakota State University Extension will be hosting a Precision Ag Conference on Wednesday, March 13th in Sioux Falls at the Convention Center. The conference will focus on managing farm data and the financial benefits of precision ag technologies. There will also be a precision ag trade show during the break periods and following conference.

To register and/or view the conference agenda, click on the link provided below:

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