Joe Luck, associate professor of biological systems engineering, has been named educator/researcher of the year by the Precision Ag Institute.
The honor cited Luck's work as an educator and his publications along with his development of precision agriculture data management workshops offered through Nebraska Extension. The annual workshops focus on farm data management, teaching participants how to utilize the data to drive decisions that impact crop production.
The Precision Ag Institute was developed in 2006 as an independent global forum dedicated to the sharing advancements in precision agriculture.
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