Lessons from the adoption of other agricultural and information technologies urge caution in anticipating the growth of precision agriculture use. Widespread adoption of precision agriculture methods will create some changes in farm operations and social institutions that can be anticipated and, where they are negative, mitigated. Many of the important findings in this report deal with the range of public policy responses to precision agriculture's evolution and adoption.

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