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Precision Farming Application

11 Jun 2020

Chaired by Christopher Horne, Department of International Trade

Precision farming technologies haven’t been as widely adopted as many hoped. This session explores the practicalities, limitations and future role of the technologies on arable farming businesses

  • Shamal Mohammed, AgriEPI Centre gives a precision vision - what works, what doesn’t and what’s coming down the line for arable farmers
  • Michael Haverty, Andersons looks at the financial and operational impacts of precision farming techniques have on the company’s loam model farm
  • Professor James Lowenberg-DeBoer, HAU discusses the financial and practical considerations of investing in crop robots
  • David Blacker, farming in the Yorks Vale, provides unique insights on precision farming technology working on his arable farming business
  • Wrap up by Dr Elizabeth Warham, Department of International Trade

 

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Chairperson
Chris Horne - Department of International Trade
Speakers
James Lowenberg-DeBoer, Professor at Harper Adams University
Michael Haverty, Partner and Senior Research Consultant - The Andersons Centre
David Blacker
Dr Shamal Mohammed, AGRI-EPI Centre
Elizabeth Warham, Lead Agri-Tech Team - Department of International Trade

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