Improving sustainability and efficiency with precision agriculture

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In this article we explain how we apply precision agriculture techniques to improve sustainability and efficiency, to make a farmer aware of exactly which crops have too much or too little of something. WUR researcher Corn√© Kempenaar explain in this text and video how the NPEC TraitSeeker will be used for this purpose. The article is part of an online magazine; KennisOnline (‘KnowledgeOnline’) showcases research projects at Wageningen University & Research (WUR) that are co-funded by the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality.

More information: Improving sustainability and efficiency with precision agriculture – KennisOnline Magazine.

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