AUBURN. Ala. –When faced with the new environmental regulations and the challenge to produce more food, the adoption of sprayer technology and the ability to accurately analyze and use the data collected has become increasingly significant.
Dr. Brenda Ortiz and the Alabama Precision Agriculture Extension Program will host a Sprayer Clinic March 10 at the E.V. Smith Research Center (4725 County Road 40 Shorter, Ala.) The clinic is set for 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. A meal will be provided for all attendees.
Register by March 1
There is no cost for the clinic, but registration is required. Register by March 1 at: http://bit.ly/2kN6cKL
Several private companies will showcase the latest on sprayer and rate controller technology at this event.
This workshop is for farmers, consultants, Extension personnel and governmental agency personnel (NRCS, USDA).
CEUs/CCAs will be available for all attendees.