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Monday 26th of January 2015
FARMERS and agronomists are being offered a novel course in precision farming technology to help them make the most of this fast moving technology on their own farms, and those of their customers.
Organised by ARTIS, a subsidiary of Cambridge-based NIAB-TAG, the courses introduce participants to the kit, tools and skills needed to implement precision farming technologies, including mapping and imaging, variable rate application and GPS guidance.
For all the latest precision farming developments visit Precision Farming 2015 on March 4th at Newark Showground off the A1 trunk road. Details and ticket offer at:
“We use industry experts to deliver the one day courses, which include classroom and field-based tuition,” explains Angela Steward, ARTIS sales manager.
By the end of the course participants will understand how to assess potential benefits and drawbacks of various precision farming technologies, appraise the likely return on investment and maximise the usefulness of the various approaches on their own farms.