The Beatrice Campus of Southeast
Community College is holding a series of workshops focusing on the topic
of precision agriculture.
Four Precision Ag Management workshops are scheduled and will be held at SCC's Beatrice Campus, 4771 W. Scott Road.
To register for these workshops, go online at www.southeast.edu/continuing and
click on the REGISTER NOW button. Type in a keyword from each course
title to find the following courses. For more information, call
402-437-2700, 800-828-0072, or send an email to email@example.com.
Following is information on each of the workshops:
Part 1: Do You Want to Get the Most Out of Every Acre? Thursday, Feb. 18, 1-4 p.m., $20, Adams Hall, Room 105.
workshop will help you better understand how to prepare for the
upcoming farming season and utilize all the data you have collected
through software. You'll learn how to analyze the data you have
collected, gain an understanding of what the data tells you, and teach
you how to write prescriptions to help you get the most return.
Part 2: Are You Ready for the 2016 Planting Season? Thursday, March 17, 1-4 p.m., $20, Jackson Hall Conference Room.
the planter ready for the field? Attend this session to learn about
maintenance of your planter and the latest technology in precision
agriculture. You'll learn how to ensure that your planter is ready for
the upcoming season with maintenance, and we'll review the latest
technology on planters and how it works.
3: Variable Rate Irrigation: Applying Water Where You Need It.
Thursday, May 19, 1-4 p.m., $20, Jackson Hall Conference Room.
workshop will give you a better understanding of how Variable Rate
Irrigation is utilized and effective in your operation. You'll learn
about VRI; how to use topography, soil maps and yield data, and how to
increase water efficiency through VRI.
Part 4: Can I Fly My Drone on My Farm? Thursday, June 9, 1-4 p.m., $20, Jackson Hall Conference Room.
workshop will help you better understand the ever-changing world of
drones. Learn the rules and regulations of flying drones, how you can
utilize a drone in your operation, and what types of drones are
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