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6 Factors to Consider When Choosing Farm Sensors

The use of observatory methods by farmers in assessing the condition of the farm and grazing land without making physical contact in them describes a form of remote sensing. For example, the observation of the leaves’ colors as well as ...

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8 Tips for Planting Fall Alfalfa

Planting alfalfa this summer or fall? Romulo Lollato and Doo-Hong Min, forage specialists with Kansas State University, have some best practices to make sure your investment pays off. “Alfalfa is a three- to five-year, or longer, investment and therefore it ...

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An Analytic Perspective In Precision Agriculture

There is a fascinating depiction of the human body from the perspective of how the brain senses touch. The body is shown as large hands, lips, and tongue, and a relatively small torso, legs, and feet. This exaggeration is due ...

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Penza governor announced requisitioning so people couldn’t hide their bread from the authorities

During a regular operational briefing of Penza regional government, Russia, on the 2nd of August, the governor – Ivan Belozertsev had said the word to enhance the control of the accuracy of reports on a collected harvest, stated the news ...

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Precision agriculture: its benefits and limitations

Precision agriculture is an approach of directing small regions within fields instead of directing whole fields as one unit. Numerous farmers have recorded the significance of utilizing site-specific data to manage nutrients, pests, water, seeding rates, and other resources in ...

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Farm to Sky to Table: Precision Agriculture Flies High with Drone Technology

The next time you pick up a ripe tomato or ear of corn at the farmer’s market, you might be surprised to learn the high-tech journey that helped ensure they grew healthy and pest-free. Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are rapidly ...

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ROI with UAVs: Defining the Precision Agriculture Marketplace for Drones

We’ve all heard the predictions about how much money drones could generate for the US economy, and the FAA itself quoted that number as being over 80 billion in the press release that announced Part 107. Of course, that number ...

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A New Tool for Mite Management in Soybeans

It’s not every week that a new active ingredient is approved for use in field crops, so this is worth a newsletter entry — abamection is an effective miticide and has been for many years in a variety of specialty ...

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Autonomous Tractors

Agribusinesses today face a variety of challenges, not the least which are Mother Nature’s excesses, depressed commodity prices, expensive and complex equipment, high energy costs and the lack of qualified and eager help. Autonomous, or operator-less technology, increasingly found in ...

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6 Pigweed management tactics for late summer

Management options for weed escapes in soybeans are limited at this point in the growing season. The goal is to prevent the spread of Palmer amaranth and waterhemp before and during harvest. This is the time of year that farmers and consultants ...

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