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000015787 245__ $$aADOPTION OF PRECISION AGRICULTURE TECHNOLOGY IN MISSISSIPPI
000015787 260__ $$c2001
000015787 269__ $$a2001
000015787 270__ $$mhudson@agecon.msstate.edu$$pHudson,   Darren
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000015787 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000015787 446__ $$aEnglish
000015787 490__ $$aResearch Report 2001-001
000015787 520__ $$aPrecision application technology has been an important topic in agriculture in recent years.  This technology has the promise to improve farm management through improved information and control over in-field variability of soil characteristics and productivity.  Despite this apparent promise, recent studies have shown that adoption has been low.  However, little is known about the adoption of this technology in Mississippi or the reasons for or against adoption as seen through the eyes of the producer.  This survey was designed to collect basic information on producer perceptions about precision agriculture technology and to assess potential reasons for or against adoption.
000015787 650__ $$aProduction Economics
000015787 700__ $$aHudson, Darren
000015787 700__ $$aHite, Diane
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