On-Farm Research Conference
Tools for Conducting On-Farm Research
Richard B. Ferguson
Department Agronomy & Horticulture
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
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A core set of resources is needed to complete on-farm research. Not all research requires the same level of detail or sampling. This presentation outlines the tools that are available that best fit your planned trial, for example selecting a GPS system that provides sufficient quality data at a reasonable cost.
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