The National Centre for Precision Farming is conducting state of the art research and collaborating in industrial projects that will enable farmers around the world to sustainably improve yields and profits whilst optimising their use of resources.
As part of this work, we bring together globally the farming industry, business, research, and academic organisations in joint ventures. We also promote and support the development and commercialisation of precision farming technologies, provide educational opportunities and are working to minimise the environmental impact farmers have on the world.
The agricultural industry needs a facility where research can be carried out in a secure and risk-free setting, where lessons will be learned and applied across the sector.
Professor Richard Godwin, Chairman of the Douglas Bomford Trust
Research notes provide explanatory summaries of our current and completed research projects, aimed at non-specialists, students and practitioners in farming and associated industries.
Harper Adams University is a partner in Food and Farming Futures, the independent, collaborative news and information source for farming and food. You can also find research notes for any of our research projects on the Food and Farming Futures website.