Precision Farming Becoming a Reality with GPS Technology
Dec 2001 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
The Global Positioning System (GPS) has long been hailed as the best new technology in farming. The first time Wine Business Monthly took an in-depth view of GPS was February 1999, when infrared aerial photography used with GPS was the latest development. Since then, the system has been improved and refined so that individual farmers can load GPS systems onto tractors and begin "precision farming." GPS was first developed by the US Department of Defense for use in discovering the exact location ...
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