Virginia Tech to host Precision Agriculture Day at Kentland Farm Oct. 12

Participants of Virginia Tech's Precision Agriculture Day will learn about the benefits of precision technology on Oct. 12 at Kentland Farm.

Participants of Virginia Tech’s Precision Agriculture Day will learn about the benefits of precision technology on Oct. 12 at Kentland Farm.

Virginia Tech will host Precision Agriculture Day on Oct. 12 at Kentland Farm in Blacksburg from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Participants will have the opportunity to get answers to common questions about the benefits of precision agriculture and learn how they can establish cost-effective technologies on their farms.

Precision agriculture is becoming increasingly utilized — and economical — in recent years as producers use technology, such as iPads, GPS, and variable rate equipment, to increase yields and inform management decisions.

Registration information for the event, which costs $10, can be found online. Kentland Farm is about eight minutes from the Virginia Tech campus at 5250 Whitethorne Road.

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