Harold Reetz

Harold Reetz

Harold Reetz has nearly 40 years of experience as an agronomic consultant in the areas of high-yield cropping systems, nutrient management, precision farming technology and on-farm research. From 1995-2009, he was the founder and lead organizer for the InfoAg Conference and served as co-coordinator of the International Conference on Precision Agriculture in 2008 and 2010.


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Tech Evolution Makes Crop Modeling a Viable Tool

Computer technology is an integral part of crop production in many ways. From the field to the farm office, it supports all aspects of crop and soil management systems. Crop modeling was one of the early applications of computers in crop production, but recent developments in technology and services have made it a more practical tool for many decision-making processes.
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