The Purdue study shows shifting technology use, concurrent with the dramatic swings in the prices of agricultural products and in the costs of growing crops.
Fewer obstacles and improving data value are driving optimism about precision programs among ag retailers.
The 2020 survey reveals continued gains in use of pooled data among retailers, a strong indicator of the increasing value of technology implementation.
Editor’s note: The CropLife® magazine/Purdue University Precision Agriculture Dealership Survey is the longest-running continuous survey of precision farming […]
Editor’s note: The CropLife®/Purdue precision dealer services survey is the longest-running continuous survey of precision farming adoption. The […]