Documents & Presentations by Noah Miller
Soil Moisture as Price Predictor
K-State agricultural economist Mykel Taylor and graduate researcher Noah Miller talk about using soil moisture measurements gathered via satellite as a predictor of local wheat price basis at harvest time They explain how their economic model merges historical basis trends with moisture readings early in the wheat growing season to give producers information that would be useful in advance-marketing their grain.
|August 6, 2019
|19. Forecasting Wheat Basis Using Soil Moisture Measurements
|August 1, 2019
Study of Grain Sorghum Yields
K-State agricultural economist Jesse Tack and graduate researcher Noah Miller report on their new study which looked at the historical response of grain sorghum yields to warming temperatures in Kansas over the last 40 years...they determined the point at which higher temperatures start to erode yields, and examined the impact of planting sorghum earlier than normal on yield results.
|August 15, 2018
|17. Can Adjustment of Planting Dates Offset Warming Impacts for Kansas Sorghum Producers?
|August 1, 2018
|Kansas Farm Adoption of Embodied Knowledge and Information Intensive Precision Agriculture Technology Bundles
|December 7, 2017
|Factors Influencing the Adoption of Precision Agricultural Technologies by Kansas Farmers
|December 1, 2016
Jason Bergtold, Terry Griffin and Noah Miller discuss tech trends identified in 17 years of KFMA data.
|October 11, 2016
|Kansas Farms Sequence of Information Intensive Precision Agriculture Technology Adoption in Bundles
|September 29, 2016
|Precision Agriculture Technology Adoption and Obsolescence
|September 14, 2016