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Precision Agriculture Masters Program – Educating Missouri Crop Producers About The Benefits Of Precision Agriculture Through On-Farm Research

Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan

Citation:  Paper number  021016,  2002 ASAE Annual Meeting . (doi: 10.13031/2013.9142) @2002
Authors:   D. Kent Shannon, J. Glenn Davis, Kenneth A. Sudduth, William J. Wiebold
Keywords:   Technology transfer, extension education, on-farm research, precision agriculture

The Precision Agriculture Masters (PAM) Program was initiated to enhance the transfer of technology related to precision agriculture to Missouri's crop producers. The PAM program consists of three parts: the precision agriculture knowledge network available through the Missouri Precision Agriculture Center (MPAC), a research/demonstration program, and a neighbor-to-neighbor program. Precision agriculture masters (PAMs) are crop producers with some experience in precision agriculture and who are interested in enhancing their understanding of precision agriculture and how it can be incorporated into their crop management systems through on-farm research and demonstrations.

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