With a new, simplified design, Mix Tank 3.0 features Mix Sheets, which captures product use rates, field size, spray volume and tank size.
Here are some prognostications on computer technology that are unlikely to occur in ag retail by 2015.
Farmers and retailers can now access Precision Laboratories label information 24-7 through the Agrian Website and mobile app.
The Farm Science Review has launched a mobile application for attendees and exhibitors to use on their mobile devices during the 51st annual farm show. This is the second year for the FSR app, which includes general show information, a full schedule, comprehensive maps and exhibitor information. “The mobile app was a big hit last
Disaster can strike in an instant. Whether it is weather-related, man-made or due to some other cause, disasters often occur with little or no warning. That’s why creating and implementing an emergency-preparedness plan could mean the difference between saving your business and losing it all. At the heart of every successful plan is clear communication.
CP Products Co., Inc. is excited to announce new APPs for Android’s and IPhone/IPad’s are now ready for free download.
The Mosaic Co. has released another digital tool for farmers to gather important information that can help increase efficiency and generate higher yields. Recognizing the fact that farmers are increasingly using tablets and smartphones to increase production, The Mosaic Co. responded by recently unveiling a mobile site for its premium fertilizer, MicroEssentials. The new mobile
Tablets are hitting the computing sweet spot for ag retailers. With added portability over laptops, and larger, easier-to-read screens than smartphones, tablets give these mobile ag professionals the best of both worlds. But perhaps the most important attribute that retailers appreciate in tablets is their simplicity. According to CropLife Media Group’s 2013 Ag Retailer Tablet
A new app developed by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Pesticide Safety Education Program will help farmers and other pesticide applicators keep electronic records more easily, a University of Nebraska-Lincoln pesticide safety education program extension assistant said. The app is called “PeRK”, which is short for Pesticide Record Keeping. It is a free app and
As farmers across the Corn Belt continue to battle above- and below-ground insect pests year after year, a comprehensive integrated pest management approach is key to maximizing yield potential, especially in corn-on-corn environments. “Integrated pest management is about taking a comprehensive look at how you are managing yield-robbing pests in your field. Measuring insect pressure