For specific information contact John Nowatzki, Extension Agricultural Machine Systems Specialist. Office 701-231-8213, Cell 701-261-9842.
"Apps" are software applications designed for use on a cell phone and generally require a data plan.
Conservation tillage practices minimize detrimental effects to the environment, generally cause less soil disturbance, and leave most of the soil surface covered with crop residue.
Precision Agriculture NDSU Variable Rate Study
Precision agriculture includes practices primarily guided by GPS, including guidance, section control, remote sensing, variable rate applications, yield monitoring, and spatial data management.
Residue Management Project Soybean Tillage Comparison Project
Remote monitoring technology is used to gather information from distant and often inaccessible locations. Monitoring technologies include telemetrics, cameras, electronic sensors, and controls.
Power and Machinery Reducing Harvest Losses (PowerPoint File)
Farm power and machinery includes tractors, tillage, planting, haying, harvesting, and chemical application equipment.
Nozzle Comparison Information
Chemical application equipment and management practices focus on drift control and optimum on-target product applications.