Research Projects

Using Technology to Reduce Off-Target Pesticide Movement

The development and use of pulse width modulation (PWM) technology allows for a consistent droplet size to be applied, regardless of changes in ground speed and boom pressure.

Conservation Tillage Conference 2022

“The two-day event is designed to provide opportunities “for farmers and crop consultants to learn about the latest technology and practices for conserving soil and improving water quality and how that can boost their financial bottom line while conserving their soils.”- Randall Reeder

Future Agricultural Technology

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) or drones are often used to collect plant and soil health information.

Field Leader Soybeans

Online Survey of Soybean Growers in Ohio

Gary Schnitkey, University of Illinois, and Carl Zulauf, Emeritus Professor, The Ohio State University, are conducting an online survey of soybean growers in nine soybean …

Farm Science Review Opportunities

Farm Science Review will be held September 21st – 23rd with lots of excitement in store for farmers young and old.

Digging into Soil Compaction

“We can cause compaction in seconds, but it takes decades to repair compaction damage.” – Matthias Settler, Ag. Engineer, Bern University of Applied Sciences

Mandatory Software Updates for Deere GPS Receivers

“The 20-2 update is needed for the receivers to decode the new language and track the satellite.” – Scott Gerken, account manager for the Kenn-Feld Group.

Field Leader Explores Ag Equipment Innovations RoGator C Series Sprayer

Technologies for Improving Sprayer Field Performance and Efficiencies

By Dusty Sonnenberg, CCA, Ohio Field Leader: a project of the Ohio Soybean Council and soybean checkoff. The Ohio State University’s Precision U winter meeting …

Making Precision Ag Technology All Work Together

“If we can look all through the growing season, and identify stage gates, where farmers have to make decisions; and then we can bring this A.I. to bear, I think it changes how we look at UAV’s and the value they can bring to agriculture.” – Dr. Scott Shearer

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