Field crop production has been a leading area for digital agriculture in many places around the world, due in part to large scale and mechanization. Machine guidance and site-specific input application is commonplace. Natural variations in soil characteristics, spatially and temporally managing water, nutrients, and pesticides offer great opportunities to add value. Automation is poised to change production environments in the coming years.
Nithin Raghunathan, research scientist, and Chariloas Mousoulis, senior research scientist, from Purdue University recently presented as part of the Data Driven Agriculture webinar series. Their presentation featured an overview of the sensors and the IoT networks being used in ag and manufacturing deployments in the 10 counties around Purdue that make up the Wabash Heartland…READ MORE
During the Spring 2021 semester, Purdue Agriculture hosted a weekly webinar series featuring experts in data science and digital agriculture at Purdue University. Each Thursday from February through May, the Data Driven Agriculture webinars explored ways digital agriculture and data science can impact agriculture today and into the future. “Building on the momentum of last…READ MORE