Landscape evaluations help make precision ag pay

By Olivia Calver
Updated September 6 2019 - 10:18am, first published July 24 2019 - 12:30pm
A map used by Precision in Practise to show soil types and sample sites. Soil profiles are taken to assess what is driving variability. Photo supplied.
A map used by Precision in Practise to show soil types and sample sites. Soil profiles are taken to assess what is driving variability. Photo supplied.

Precision in Practise (PIP), is aiming to make the use of precision agriculture more profitable for growers.

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