Why the food industry needs to embrace precision agriculture

03/6/2013 | LBx Journal

The time has come for wider adoption of precision agriculture technologies as customers show greater concern about the quality of food, while processors worry about consistency and providing transparency to the public, Matt Ball writes. New machinery commonly has the necessary equipment on board and the costs have come down as well, adding to incentives to adopt precision practices that only become more important over time because of farming's high uncertainty factors.

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