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"Helping farmers make the most of precision and digital ag technologies"

The Digital Agriculture program at The Ohio State University is educating the next generation of the agricultural workforce, conducting cutting-edge research and disseminating information through extension. Research includes:

  • Machinery automation

  • Autonomous multi-vehicle field production systems

  • Site-specific management practices

  • Remote sensing

  • UAS applications

  • Data analytics to enhance timing, placement, and efficacy of inputs to cropping systems

The mission of the OSU Digital Agriculture program  is to be the primary source of research-based information to farmers in the age of digital agriculture.

Digital agriculture includes the advancement of farm operations through implementation of precision agriculture strategies, precision livestock farming, and controlled environment production using data and analytical techniques.  

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