According to a study on precision agriculture conducted by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, the American Soybean Association, Crop-Life America and the National Corn Growers Association, the environmental benefit of precision agriculture technology fuel efficiencies is similar to taking 200,000 cars off the road every year.
In today’s Precision Farming Dealer podcast, we take a closer look at the study — which was done for a broader audience outside of agriculture — and how the findings can help educate lawmakers and others on how precision agriculture could lead to a boom in sustainable, more environmentally friendly agriculture.
I talked with Curt Blades, AEM’s senior vice president of agriculture and forestry, about how the study was conducted, what some of their key findings were and how they broke that down into terms people outside of ag will understand.
And tune into the monthly podcast segment, brought to you by Trimble Agriculture featuring precision perspective on a range of trending ag tech topics.
The Precision Farming Dealer podcast series is brought to you by Trimble.
Tune into the monthly podcast segment, brought to you by Trimble Agriculture featuring precision perspective on a range of trending ag tech topics.
Intro Music: Squire Tuck - Rush to the Head
Interlude Music: Squire Tuck - Expressing One's Emotions in Public
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