University of Maryland Extension

Precision Agriculture

Some form of prescision agriculture is being used on every grain farm in Maryland - from GPS, to variable rate techonologies and maybe one day Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV).  University of Maryland and Delaware Extension Services sponsor an annual field and education day dedicated to this topic.

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2014 Recordings

UAV Drone Presentation and Demo

Tom Eberle, Airllytics

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UAS Unmanned Aerial Systems Applications to Crop and Livestock

John Nowatzki, North Dakota State University

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Precision Agriculture Data Accuracy and Usage

Dr. Joe Luck, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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AgriEye Multicopter Drone Live Feed

Tim Woodward, Tellus Agronomics LLC

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Farmer Panel and Discussion Link


Marland Department of Agriculture

- funding may be available through USDA EQUIP program

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