SPRING 2008      
Topics   Class Introduction

Corn Boom Could Expand Dead Zone

Syllabus

1. Course Introduction  J. Solie

2. The Green Revolution and the Need for Precision Agriculture, Feeding Our World

   Green Revolution

3. Need for Precision Ag (slides)

4. Spatial Variability in Precision Agriculture

5. Descriptive Statistics
        class survey

6. History of Predicting Yield Potential, N Response and N Rates W. Raun

7. Sensing technologies for precision Farming

8a.  Sampling Strategies

8b. Radiometric Theory

9. Remote Sensing

10.  Resolution Determination

11.  Precision Management Solie

12. GPS Intro

13. GIS, J. Solie

14. Ramp N Rich Strip  W. Raun
History of Indirect Measures, W. Raun
CV Concept
RI_CV New

15. Satellite Management, J.Solie

GPS 2007

16.  Research Results, Foliar P W. Raun

17. Resolution Determination 2

18. Grid Soil Sampling, NESPAL

NESPAL

19. Future of Precision AG W. Raun

20. Precision Ag Web Sites

21. Precision Ag.com


22. Wikipedia Precision Ag

23.  GIS, 2006

24.  Yield Monitors, Randy Taylor
25.  Liquid Delivery, Randy Taylor

26.  Yield Monitors, John Solie

27.  VRT Mechanisms

 

 

Student Presentations 2001
Student Presentations 2002
Student Presentations 2003
Student Presentations 2004
Student Presentations 2006
Student Presentations 2007
Student Presentations 2008



1
Exam, 2007

the "Green Revolution"
the "Greener Revolution"

First Hour Exam 2003
First Hour Exam 2002


**Final Exam 2002

KEY to the final exam on Friday May 9 (2-4pm) will be handed out following your completion.

***Final Exam 2003



 

SENSOR Homework

SBNRC Homework 2

Sensor Homework 3

 

   

 

     
 

 

     

14.  Yield Monitors, J. Solie

15. RESOLUTION Determination

16. Future of Precision Ag
COMPARING TOPOGRAPHY SOIL SAMPLING WITH OTHER KNOWN PRECISION AG METHODS (go to the Conclusion)