Indiana CCA Conference 2019 Presentation



Wed, Dec 18, 2019
8:00am to 8:50am


Crop Management
Wed, Dec 18, 2019
1:00pm to 1:50pm


Precision Ag technologies in on farm research…Assessing on-farm research trials using ag technologies has the potential to improve decision support at the farm level. We will discuss opportunities and challenges with using these technologies (e.g., variable rate application and yield monitors) for this purpose. Case studies will be presented to illustrate the need for proper study planning and successful data analysis.


Joe Luck

University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Dr. Joe Luck joined the Department of Biological Systems Engineering at UNL in April, 2012 and currently serves as Associate Professor and Extension Specialist for Precision Agriculture. His responsibilities include developing extension and research programs regarding the application of precision agriculture technologies in crop production as well as teaching in this focus area. His current research and extension efforts are focused on demonstrating agricultural data management strategies and technology applications for improving crop production efficiency. He works closely with interdisciplinary teams to evaluate technologies including crop canopy sensors for nitrogen application, advanced pesticide application systems, and multi-hybrid planters. Joe was raised on a family farm in western Kentucky that produced corn and soybeans and operated a small cattle operation