Precision Agriculture, 2, 229, 2000 2001 Kluwer Academic Publishers. Manufactured in The Netherlands. Dear Readers, This special issue continues the project to capitalise on all the good research presented at the 2nd European Conference on Precision Agriculture, held in Odense, Denmark in 1999. Some 30 of the papers presented at that conference have been updated with new data, discussion and approaches by their authors and submitted to Precision Agriculture. This is the second special issue to be followed by one or two more. They reflect the multi-disciplinary nature of precision agriculture and illustrate the wide diversity of research taking place in Europe and elsewhere. I am writing this just a week before the 3rd European Conference which takes place in Montpellier, France. Over 100 oral papers will be presented which should provide a good overview of the current status of research and development in precision agricultureand provide the basis for further paper submissions to the Journal! Precision agriculture may involve expensive technology and intensive information management but it must be the rational way forward in the face of all the pressures that agriculture currently faces. Dr. John V. Stafford Co-Editor-in-Chief
Precision Agriculture – Springer Journals
Published: Sep 30, 2004
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