Ohio farmers have rapidly adopted precision agriculture technology, with about 50 percent of them incorporating at least one component in their production system.


But how satisfied are they with the equipment and the results?


Ohio State University’s Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics is surveying Ohio farmers to better understand precision agriculture adoption and the extent to which farmers are happy with using the technology.


The “2010 Ohio Farming Practices Survey” is currently under way and is intended to explore farmers’ use of various crop production technologies.


Preliminary survey results are expected in April.


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