Precision agriculture uses advances in technology to create a more sustainable, higher-yielding agricultural system.

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What is precision agriculture?

Precision agriculture (precision ag, precision farming) uses different technology tools along with data collection and interpretation to make farming more efficient and effective.

Precision agriculture started with GPS guidance for tractors, enabling automatic driving based on the map coordinates of a field.

Agricultural technology continues to expand and grow, as new ways are developed to help farmers determine irrigation, fertilizer, seed ratio to increase yield.

 

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