This week’s Cotton Newsline is 3 cuts. All cuts are Peter Scharf, Nutrient Management Specialist for the University of Missouri
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Remote sensing and “on-the-go” equipment mounted sensors are the two most studied precision technologies for determining nitrogen needs in cotton. Peter Scharf, Nutrient Management Specialist for the University of Missouri says he is working to provide cotton growers with information on using equipment mounted nitrogen sensors.
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Scharf says this is important to the producers’ input costs
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According to Scharf this project began in 2006 and they will continue to do farm demos for the next two years.