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SUSTAINABLE FARMING CONTRIBUTIONS

SUSTAINABILITY IS BECOMING an important selling point, not only with a socially-conscious public, but with a growing number of end-users around the world. Take Unilever, for example, and their pledge to source 100 per cent [Read more]

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ARE YOU AND YOUR EQUIPMENT IN SYNC?

YOU CAN’T MANAGE what you don’t measure. The more accurate, useful yield data a grower can collect from their precision equipment each season, the better equipped they will be to make more informed management decisions [Read more]

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THE CHALLENGES OF ON-FARM PRECISION AG RESEARCH

YOU CAN BUY the equipment and software, bring on a consultant and start banking yield data, but what can you do once you’re up and running to ensure you’re getting useful information from your on-farm precision ag [Read more]

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HOW DO YOU KNOW WHAT WORKS AND WHAT DOESN'T?

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

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

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?

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]