Using Useful to Usable (U2U) Tools for an Introductory Agronomy Course (Purdue University) -- Lab Assignment
This lab was constructed to provide introductory Agronomy students with a knowledge base of farming technology and available agricultural decision-making tools. Students will learn available technology for predicting climate variability, growing degree days, nitrogen fertilizer rates, cover crop selection, and market outlook. Additionally, students will gain insight on how to incorporate large-scale data for on-farm decision-making. This lab serves as a supplement for the Purdue Agronomy 105 curriculum in precision farming.
Trevor J. Frank and Bruce J. Erickson, Department of Agronomy, Purdue University
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