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Agriculture information and tips on the specific crops (wheat, sorghum, corn, soybean etc.) and regions (U.S., Canada, Great Britain, Australia, India and other)

Quick Guide: 10 Natural Fertilizers to Improve Crop Production

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These 10 fertilizers come from natural sources and can help improve the fertility of your soil and the nutrition of your crops. Before you add a fertilizer—natural or otherwise—to your garden bed, it’s advised that you have your soil tested ...

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Ten lessons for farm drones

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Every crop is different! It goes without saying, but grapes are not tomatoes, and tomatoes are not corn. There are hundreds of different kinds of farms, ranging from trees to roots (and that’s not even including livestock and ranching). Each crop ...

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Trimble UX5 Aerial Imaging Solution for Agriculture

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Key Features Industry-leading image acquisition quality and data accuracy All-terrain and all-weather performance Reverse thrust for precise landings in confined spaces Fully automated Trimble Access™ workflows for ease-of-use and safe operation Simple data processing with Trimble Business Center photogrammetry module Trimble ...

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Measuring tech ROI on the farm

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Precision farming practices have been around for a long time. Yield monitors, grid soil sampling and variable-rate application of fertilizer were a few of the first types of precision agriculture products to be adopted beginning in the 1990s. But where ...

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Agricultural audit

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Large agricultural companies always suffered from the lack of control over the operations on fields. There are more complication in counties where large agricultural holdings operate, LatAm, Russia, Ukraine and Australia. How can you get sufficient control over the operations ...

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iPad Application Aids Map-Based Crop Reporting

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Providing the right amount of crop insurance coverage to customers at a fair price is a balancing act. If too many acres are reported, the customer pays too high a premium. If too few acres are reported, coverage is inadequate ...

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Micronutrients deficiencies and ways to manage them

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  This article aims to clarify the factors that increase the risk of deficiency, the use of soil and tissue analysis and treatment options. It will be helpful: to prevent deficiencies occurring, improve areas of poor soil structure and maintain appropriate ...

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What drives interest in precision agriculture

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In recent years, however, Carlson, precision ag agronomist with South Dakota State University, hasn’t always found fertile ground for his message. High crop prices and attractive profit margins reduced farmers’ incentive to invest in precision ag. “You could make a ...

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Satellite Crop Monitoring: Vegetation Control

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Now, agricultural sector shows raising numbers of M&A  transactions which are successful in terms of fundraising for  their  projects. It gives grounds for assuming that amount of the companies involved in agriculture would be reducing within the next few years, ...

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The Effect of Variable Rate Fertilizer Application

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Use of variable rate fertilizer spreaders (VRS) is available to farmers in many areas of Kentucky. For use of VRS, a soil fertility map must be prepared for the field to be spread which requires subdividing the field into subunits. ...

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