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How do you know what works – and what doesn’t

UNDERSTANDING PRECISION AGRICULTURE

YOU’VE CRUNCHED THE data, identified your management zones and created nutrient and seed population prescription maps. Now, how can you be sure that you’re actually making a measureable, positive impact on your fields? This, according [Read more]

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Experiences from the Field

UNDERSTANDING PRECISION AGRICULTURE

PAST ARTICLES IN our Understanding Precision Agriculture series have focused on the main pieces — data collection, management zone creation, and prescription mapping — that form the foundation of a successful precision ag approach. [Read more]

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A perfect prescription for every acre?

UNDERSTANDING PRECISION AGRICULTURE

DOES THAT ONE “perfect” seed and nutrient prescription exist for every acre on a grower’s field? And could it be just a matter of dialing in that formula and letting the equipment do the legwork?  [Read more]

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Where do management zones make sense?

UNDERSTANDING PRECISION AGRICULTURE

GROWERS MIGHT KNOW from experience that they have areas in their fields that consistently deliver high yields season after season — and other parts that just aren’t very productive at all. But is having that [Read more]

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Do something with your data

UNDERSTANDING PRECISION AGRICULTURE

“I’VE BEEN COLLECTING all of this yield data from my combine… now what do I do with it?” It’s a question Dr. Mike Duncan hears often. But it’s one that he and his research team [Read more]

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Understanding precision agriculture

STARTING TO MAP YIELD AND ELEVATION DATA

EVERY SINGLE FIELD has its own story to tell. And this story can be about the highly productive, organic matter-rich areas that supply high yields — and the droughty knolls that perform poorly every season. [Read more]

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Understanding precision agriculture

STARTING TO MAP YIELD AND ELEVATION DATA

EVERY SINGLE FIELD has its own story to tell. And this story can be about the highly productive, organic matter-rich areas that supply high yields — and the droughty knolls that perform poorly every season. [Read more]

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Understanding precision agriculture

STARTING TO MAP YIELD AND ELEVATION DATA

EVERY SINGLE FIELD has its own story to tell. And this story can be about the highly productive, organic matter-rich areas that supply high yields — and the droughty knolls that perform poorly every season. [Read more]

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Lessons from the field

UNDERSTANDING PRECISION AGRICULTURE

Recapping the first year of the Precision Agriculture Advancement for Ontario project. A GROWING NUMBER of farmers are taking up precision farming techniques and investing in equipment outfitted with the latest GPS mapping, precision planting, [Read more]