Source: AgriLife Today
Agriculture production today is very data sensitive and includes many tools with technologies that don’t all work well together. One Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialist is bringing a project to the High Plains to change that.
The idea is to make the soil maps, weather stations, soil sensors, flow meters, variable rate irrigation hardware – the tools now used to help with irrigation scheduling – a simpler part of crop production, Dr. Charles Hillyer, AgriLife Extension irrigation engineering specialist in Amarillo, said.
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