A new coalition took the good news message of precision agriculture to Washington, DC, last month.
Once weeds rob yield, farmers cannot get yield back. While unsteady commodity prices may tempt your customers to […]
New wearable smart technologies such as Google Glass show potential to greatly impact how we accomplish the business of feeding the world.
The Coalition for the Advancement of Precision Agriculture (CAPA) hosted its inaugural Precision Ag Forum, Sept. 18, in […]
A new agronomic monitoring and recommendation service from Phytech could rewrite the book on real-time plant health status monitoring.
Profitability in precision ag is not about any one technology, but the result of employing technology in a total system approach that is agronomically sound.
Technology and understanding global consumer demand for Iowa farm products brought hundreds of farmers and agribusiness leaders to Ames recently for the annual Iowa Farm Bureau Federation Economic Summit.
Farmers and others interested in how UAVs can be used in agricultural applications were able to learn more about the technology during the recent Precision Aerial Ag Show.
This year’s InfoAg Conference is just two weeks away. The premier event in precision agriculture takes place July […]
NORAC, a precision ag manufacturer who pioneered the use of ultrasonic sensing in the development of control equipment, is celebrating its 40th Anniversary.
The Soybean Knowledge Base allows collaboration among international researchers, scientists and farmers to solve questions encountered in soybean research.
Angel Eyes, a FL-based UAS manufacturer, has filed a brief in amicus, or support, in the now-infamous FAA vs. Raphael Pirker case.
The precision agriculture conference program is packed with hot topics and top speakers and the exhibit hall is chock full of precision ag vendors.
Ever-refining technologies are boosting yields and efficiencies, but not all users are satisfied with — or have even found — their path to profitability in precision.
The evolution of global positioning systems applications in agriculture remains ongoing as the technology hits a notable milestone.
The agreement will allow seamless interface of data and farm management information between AGCO equipment and Pioneer’s Encirca services.
The R7 Tool by WinField has even greater satellite imagery and mapping capabilities for 2014.
Raven Industries has announced that its Applied Technology Division (ATD) has acquired Netherlands-based SBG Innovatie BV and its affiliate, Navtronics BVBA.
The only thing occuring more rapidly than the technologies’ evolution is the clamoring to implement UAS into agriculture as soon as possible.
Rather than launching new products, many field computer manufacturers are using 2014 to ensure compatibility across a variety of equipment and systems.