Precision ag Research Site
Field tours held at the CropPro Precision Ag Research Site (PARS) to showcase applied and new precision technologies. Groups will be guided through the field to view differences due to water, soil, nutrients, variable-rate applications, etc.
Free for farmers and partners. $50 for all other attendees. Maximum 15 people per session.
Select dates from July 21 - August 7. Sessions held from 8am-12pm (breakfast provided) or 12-4pm (lunch provided).
Sessions begin with a presentation at the CropPro Consulting head office at 206 1st Ave N in Naicam, SK. Field tour will follow at site 2 miles east of Naicam.
Variable-rate (VR): zone seeding (drone, drill), fertilizing (drone, floater, drill), spraying (drone, sprayer, plane)
Remote sensing: satellites, drones, in-field cameras
Machine learning (ML): algorithms tested and developed by Taranis, University of Regina, University of Saskatchewan, and Croptimistic
New data collection analysis: for protein, soil health, soil nutrient levels
confirmed demonstration partners
confirmed PROJECT COLLABORATIONS
SWAT Protein Modelling: CropScan NIR system for combine protein mapping
Soil Type Mapping: U of S SKSIS
SWAT ML algorithms for crop/weed prediction (on ground collection): U of S P2IRC
MORSE Code Cooperator using drones to predict trial responses: U of S P2IRC
SWAT Intelligence site-specific water mapping: Crop Intelligence and Croptimistic