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Remote sensing: Plan, review, act

Think Different Wade Barnes, Farmers Edge CEO, recommends four steps to evaluate remote sensing services: Become more data aware by trying entry level services (often free or low-cost) Use data to make actionable decisions Measure results to identify actual return ...

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Top 10 Technologies In Precision Agriculture Right Now

Recently PrecisionAg listed top 10 technologies that are shaping precision agriculture today. Feel free to debate this list (or add to it) by commenting below. 1. GPS/GNSS It’s hard to tell exactly where the state of precision agriculture today would be without ...

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Multispectral Imaging Drones In Farming Yield Big Benefits

Agriculture Drones with multispectral imaging sensors allow the farmer to manage crops and soil more effectively. Multispectral remote sensing technology use Green, Red, Red-Edge and Near Infrared wavebands to capture both visible and invisible images of crops. The multispectral images ...

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Dress tips for nitrogen and sulphur

NITROGEN A nitrogen top dress can make financial sense for canola if: —Growing conditions improve after seeding. If conditions were too wet or too dry at the time of seeding, growers may have cut back fertilizer rates in response to ...

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Tips for summer grain marketing

There’s a lesson to be learned from the commodities markets’ reaction to the May 10  World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) report released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), according to Matt Bennett, grain marketing consultant for Channel ...

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New High-Capacity Nutrient Applicator Available from John Deere

To help ag service providers and large-scale producers apply fertilizer and lime to more acres per day during short, busy application seasons, John Deere introduces the F4365 High Capacity Nutrient Applicator. This new machine offers increased capacity with a 330 cubic ...

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9 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Sprayer

Using clean water when calibrating a pesticide sprayer and carrying extra nozzles for quick repair of simple problems in the field are just some of the tricks of the trade that can help growers save time, energy and money during ...

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Getting the Most Out of Soybean Yield Potential

Key Points The foundation upon which all management decisions should rest is product selection. Use of the best-suited product along with proper fertility management and planting practices for your operation can set the stage for optimum yield potential. Finding ways ...

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Implementing a Plan for Advanced Guidance

With dealers looking to carve out a profitable precision niche with measurable ROI products and services, many are tapping the planting and application technology markets for high-demand hardware. But even options like row clutches or automatic boom shutoffs are features ...

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Pros& Cons of farm equipment leases

Not that long ago, leasing farm equipment was considered the poor stepchild of acquiring iron. Today, lower farm income and tighter lending requirements have farmers considering leases. If you are looking at leasing, “it’s important that you consider both the ...

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