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How Drone Mapping Is Used in Trial Management and Statistical Analysis
July 14 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pmFree
July 14, 2021 | 11:00 am CT
FREE to all registrants!
Nathan Stein, Senior Business Development Manager, Pix4D
Timothy Reinbott, Director of Field Operations, University of Missouri Agricultural Experiment Station
The use of quantitative analytics for agricultural rating processes is crucial for many disciplines in agriculture. For example, agronomists, crop breeders, and agrochemical companies rely on precise and accurate statistical data to evaluate methods and technologies and gauge product performance in research and on-farm field trials. Field trials and plot-level statistics make agriculture efficient, profitable, and sustainable, ensuring that new products are proven to work. Scientific evidence is crucial for insuring effective agricultural techniques are developed for and adopted by the mass market. In this webinar, speakers from academia and industry will share how drone mapping can be used for field trial management and statistical analyses. This will be done using one of the oldest experimental fields in the United States—Sanborn Field.
1 CEU Crop Management OR 1 CEU in Precision Ag (CCA/CPAg)
1 CEU Professional Meetings (CPSS/CPSC)