Project SENSE is a collaborative effort between the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the Nebraska Corn Board, five Natural Resources Districts (NRDs) in Nebraska, and producers participating in the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network.
After two years in the field, Project SENSE (Sensors for Efficient Nitrogen Use and Stewardship of the Environment) participants are seeing reduced nitrogen per acre and increased net return. Project SENSE focuses on improving the efficiency of nitrogen fertilizer use. 2016 Project SENSE Update
AUGUST 16 – FIELD DAY
Join us on Wednesday, August 16, 2017 as UNL and CPNRD representatives will give an update on field results and show how drone and SENSE technologies are being used. The Field Day will be located at Ken Seim’s farm, so you’ll see how new techniques have benefited Seim’s operation.
Time: 10:00 AM – Noon Location: Ken Seim Farm – Chapman
Directions: West of Chapman on G Rd. (blacktop) to 2nd Rd. (Worms Rd). Go north to K Rd, east 1 mile to 3rd Rd, south 1/2 mile on west side of road. GPS Coordinates 41.06828244, -98.249724
Cost: No cost to attend & lunch will be provided. RSVP by August 9th at (308) 385-6282 or email@example.com for the lunch count.
Contact Dean Krull, UNL/CPNRD project coordinator, for more information regarding Project SENSE at (402) 469-0155.