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How Solar Tags are Pushing Smart Irrigation Forward

As part of efforts across the world to improve precision agriculture and make smart farming decisions, farmers are looking to new technology to help with everything from managing the books to irrigating the fields. With the likes of Figaro irrigation ...

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3 Ways Geographical Information Systems are Helping your Farm Economy

Geographical information systems are simply maps. Maps that plot out your data and give you real time information that you can use to make smart decisions as part of your precision agriculture efforts on your farm. Think of them as ...

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Changes in Agriculture: 5 Things to Look Out for in 2018

The summer is nearly over and harvest is soon upon us if it’s not happened on your farm already. You know what this means. We are far past the half way mark in 2017 and it’s not long before everyone ...

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Transforming the Agriculture Industry

We often go on about drones and how they’re at the forefront of the agriculture industry, pushing us forward at a fast rate. Yet there are plenty of different factors changing and transforming the agriculture industry as we know it. ...

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Agribusiness 3.0 in modern-day horticulture

For thousands of years horticulture facilitated the existence of humankind, having been developed for centuries and taking on new forms. Today, on the planet Earth there are 500 million mid-sized and small farms, which produce around 80% of all food ...

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After trying to build self-driving tractors for more than 20 years, John Deere has learned a hard truth about autonomy

When building its first autonomous navigation system in the 1990s, John Deere just wanted to build a tractor that could drive down a field and make a turn on its own. But after more than 20 years, the company has found that ...

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Choosing a Grain Storage System

As farming and agriculture first developed in the ancient world, so did the problem of storing the produce after a harvest. There have been many solutions over the centuries; depending on location and culture, grain and other produce would be ...

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3 corn concerns for 2017

Getting anxious about planting season? It will soon be here. Here are factors to keep in mind for 2017. Watch for Corn Rootworm Tight economics have prompted farmers to trim seed costs by foregoing traits, such as those that resist ...

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Crop insurance retains big ag role

Though it doesn’t  draw much attention outside agriculture, March 15 is an important day in Upper Midwest ag. It’s the annual deadline for purchasing or modifying federally subsidized crop insurance — a key risk management  tool — for most spring-planted ...

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What Spare Tractor Parts Should You Have On Hand?

Preventative maintenance (PM) is a tractor owner’s first line of defense. Past protecting against abuse, a good PM program leads to maximum performance and extended life, not to mention having the machine ready and functioning when you need it. Good ...

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