MSU, Hinds CC form Precision Agriculture Partnership
April 10, 2015
Researchers at the Geosystems Research Institute (GRI) will have a role in the new 2 Plus 2 partnership in precision agriculture.
On April 9th, Mississippi State University and Hinds Community College formed the agreement which will strengthen the agricultural economy in Mississippi and promote the interests of farm families that are the foundation of that economy.
The two higher education institutions are working together to create the new program for Fall 2015 that draws on the use of computers and Global Navigation Satellite Systems as well as unmanned aircraft technology, remote sensing, global positioning, geographic information systems and variable rate technology.
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