Farmers Hear Hi-Tech Techniques

Precision Management Saves Time, Money, Say Presenters

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Posted: March 8, 2014

University of Tennessee’s Mike Buschermohle talks to area farmers Friday morning about GPS applications in planting crops during a Virginia Co-Op Extension event called Precision Agriculture Technologies Field Day at the Weyers Cave Community Center. (Photos by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Area farmers listen to University of Tennessee’s Mike Buschermohle talk about GPS applications in planting crops during a Virginia Co-Op Extension event Friday at the Weyers Cave Community Center.

WEYERS CAVE — Precision agriculture is not “all or nothing.” Farmers can start basic, and work their way up.

That was the message from Ian Heatwole of Fox Run Farms based in Weyers Cave during...



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