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If conventional methods are not good enough to make variable rate prescriptions, why haven’t service providers adopted crop canopy sensors as a better alternative?
Learn how Agworld farm management software is firmly entrenched as part of the precision ag efforts at this CropLife 100 retailer.
Technologies like multispectral imaging and drones are providing a faster, more accurate method for monitoring field conditions.
Today’s farming operation looks different than it did 20, 10, even just a few years ago. Technology continues […]
After last year’s spring, farmers are chomping at the bit to get an early start to planting. Contributing writer Ed Kasper offers some simple tips for getting the planter ready now.
Software limitations often mean ag retailers, their agronomists, and farmers are not forming as strong and seamless sales relationship as they should.
All parties need to recognize ag data as a commodity like any other: something of value that needs to be guarded and that can be used to one’s advantage.
Wilbur-Ellis will offer Ceres Imaging’s service to its customers in California, Washington, and Oregon.
Limited digital functionality when interacting with suppliers is identified as a key pain point for farmers in a recent McKinsey report.
For agronomist Shawn Kand, looking down from 250 feet in the air is sometimes required for his job.
Partnership will jointly deliver zone-based variable rate and decision support software to retailers throughout North America.
Bluetooth is becoming essential in connecting computers to machine systems as we rely more on this data for analysis and decision making.
In spite of the potential for monitoring crop conditions, there’s a widespread feeling imagery is just “pretty pictures” that aren’t worth the price.
Jeff Bradshaw, CTO at Proagrica, gives his thoughts on four predictions for data trends which will shape the agriculture sector in 2020.