There are a number of main campus and extension service faculty and researchers that are exploring precision water, planting, and spraying topics, as well as the use of automation in harvesting a variety of agricultural products.   Many OSU researchers work in collaboration with USDA scientists to advance the use of technology in agriculture.  For more information on faculty in the College of Agriculture that have an interest in precision agriculture and farming, please contact John Talbott.

Extension Research Centers and Agricultural Experimental Stations:  Oregon's principal source of knowledge relating to agricultural and food systems, and a major source of knowledge regarding environmental quality, natural resources, life sciences, and rural economics worldwide. It has more than 400 scientists in 28 academic disciplines working across the state.

OSU Extension Service: connects Oregonians to research-based knowledge through on-the-ground expertise and education. In addition to faculty and specialists stationed in every county of the state, Extension oversees a corps of 20,000 trained Extension volunteers, representing the equivalent of 800 full-time employees in service to Oregon.