C.O.R.N. Newsletter

  1. Precision University Logo
    Author(s): Elizabeth Hawkins , Author(s): John Barker , Author(s): Trey Colley , Author(s): Amanda Douridas , Author(s): Ken Ford , Author(s): John Fulton , Author(s): Mary Griffith , Author(s): Jenna Lee


    Issue: 2018-41
  2. Author(s): John Barker

    The Central Ohio Precision Ag Symposium will be held on Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at All Occasions Catering, 6986 Waldo-Delaware Road, Waldo, Ohio from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This year’s program will feature the most current technologies available in precision agriculture. These topics will be shared by some of the leading university and industry Precision Ag experts.

    Issue: 2018-40
  3. Precision University Logo
    Author(s): Elizabeth Hawkins , Author(s): John Barker , Author(s): Trey Colley , Author(s): Amanda Douridas , Author(s): Ken Ford , Author(s): John Fulton , Author(s): Mary Griffith , Author(s): Jenna Lee

    Digital agriculture, combining multiple data sources with advanced crop and environmental analyses to provide support for on-farm decision making, continues to change and advance our industry. Data and digital technologies can provide insights and opportunities to improve crop management by responding to each season’s unique conditions.

    Issue: 2018-40
  4. Author(s): John Barker

    Remember the old adage … Garbage in = Garbage out.  Many of us use our yield data to make additional management decisions on our farms such as hybrid or variety selection, fertilizer applications, marketing, etc.  Data from an uncalibrated yield monitor can haunt us for many years by leading us into improper decisions with lasting financial affects.  In today’s Ag economy we can ill af

    Issue: 2018-31
  5. Author(s): Kaylee Port

    Need that last minute gift idea? Registration is open for the 2018 Precision University. Experts will be sharing the latest information on equipment and technologies to ensure efficient utilization of nutrient applications. The event is hosted by The Ohio State University and will be held at Beck’s Hybrids in London, Ohio on January 11th. Give that special someone plenty of knowledge to help make sound on farm nutrient management decisions by registering today!

    Issue: 2017-41
  6. Author(s): Elizabeth Hawkins , Author(s): John Fulton

    After this season, you may be tempted to park your equipment in the shed and take a much needed winter break. You probably remembered to winterize your machinery, but you may have overlooked the need to winterize your precision ag technology. Here are some tips to ensure your monitors and sensors continue to function next season:


    Issue: 2017-41
  7. Author(s): John Fulton , Author(s): Scott A Shearer

    As farmers wrap up harvest and begin thinking about the 2018 cropping season, data organization and archiving may be a topic of interest. There are many data repositories provided by the private sector and we know that farmers are beginning to reap the benefits of historical agricultural data. As the industry moves towards adoption of AgTech, many are beginning to see evidence of how historical data may inform the creation of prescriptions to guide and optimize crop production inputs.

    Issue: 2017-40
  8. Precision University
    Author(s): Kaylee Port

    Nutrient management is a major topic of conversation in agriculture. As Ohio struggles to improve water quality in Lake Erie, Grand Lake St. Mary’s, and rivers across the state, farmers are being pressed even harder to make better on-farm management decisions. This year, The Ohio State University Extension and the Digital Ag program team at OSU is hosting “Precision University: Nutrient Technology” as a way to highlight key nutrient management techniques and strategies.


    Issue: 2017-39
  9. Yield Monitor
    Author(s): Elizabeth Hawkins , Author(s): Kaylee Port , Author(s): John Fulton

    As the number of tools and services utilizing precision ag data to aide in decision making continues to increase, the importance of having quality data is also increasing. Most producers understand the importance of yield monitor calibration for generating accurate yield estimates, but there are other errors that can impact both the accuracy and the spatial integrity of yield data. Spatial integrity of yield data becomes very important when being used to generating prescriptions for fertilizer and seeding.

    Issue: 2017-39
  10. Digital maps
    Author(s): Kaylee Port , Author(s): John Fulton

    The Ohio State Precision Ag Team will be hosting a free workshop for tech savvy soybean growers on Friday, September 8, 2017 from 9a-4p at Beck’s Hybrids in London, Ohio. Topics of discussion will include data warehousing, production benchmarking, analysis, in-season monitoring, crop modeling, and recommendations.

    The day’s discussions will focus on understanding potential value of digital tools for soybean production and how growers are utilizing these tools and services. The value and use will be examined and key outcomes will focus on key outcomes centered around:

    Issue: 2017-27