When someone mentions precision agriculture, what do you think of? Do you think of autosteer, GPS, variable rate technology or prescription mapping? The truth is that all of those things and more are involved in what we currently term “precision agriculture.” In fact, much of the technology that we associate with precision agriculture is so common and so prevalent, that it’s become the norm. So what is the next step for precision agriculture? What will precision agriculture 2.0 look like?
That was the topic Dr. Raj Khosla spoke on during the Farm Progress Forum portion of Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina. Dr. Khosla is professor of precision agriculture at Colorado State University. RealAgriculture spoke to him about defining precision agriculture 2.0 and what the next steps will look like for agriculture.
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