Ohio State University Ag Engineer
Turning New Farming Technologies into a No-Till Asset
The only thing that’s constant in life is change, and there’s plenty of that going on in agriculture with precision programs, automated intelligence, databases and the like playing an increasing role in no-till management, says Scott Shearer. The Ohio State University ag engineer and chair of the school’s Department of Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering will discuss the latest trends in precision and technology use and compatibility and automated equipment. Data management and what no-tillers can do to prepare for change and utilize new technology to their advantage will also be covered.