Precision Agric (2014) 15:1 DOI 10.1007/s11119-013-9344-3 J. V. Stafford Published online: 24 December 2013 Springer Science+Business Media New York 2013 Dr. Jim Schepers has been my very able co-editor for several years. Last July, Jim stepped down to pursue other interests. I wish to record a very big thank you to him for his enthusiastic, accurate and detailed editing work. In his place, I welcome Dr. Paul Carter of Washington State University. Paul has already contributed signiﬁcantly to PRAG as a referee over a number of years. Volume 15 Issue 1 contains 3 enhanced papers from the 4th Asian Conference on Precision Agriculture and one from the 2nd conference on Robotics and associated high Technologies and equipment for agriculture and forestry. J. V. Stafford (&) Silsoe Solutions, Ampthill, Bedford, UK e-mail: email@example.com
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