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  1. Top Ag News
    A Growing Presence on the Farm-Robots

    In a research field off Highway 54 last autumn, corn stalks shimmered in rows 40-feet deep. Girish Chowdhary, an agricultural engineer at […]

    February 18, 2020
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    Robots, Drones Becoming Workhorses for Agriculture

    The small, rolling vehicle looks a bit like something out of a science fiction film as it moves slowly across a barren […]

    February 6, 2020
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    Drones Effective Tools for Fruit Farmers

    People have used the phrase “drone on and on” for a long time. Webster’s dictionary defines this figure of speech as “to […]

    January 10, 2020
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    Study Forecasts Precision Ag Market to Be $5.66 Billion in 2024

    The “North America Precision Agriculture Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2019-2024” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. […]

    January 3, 2020
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    POET Commits $2 Million for Precision Agriculture Initiative at South Dakota State University

    Today POET Founder and CEO Jeff Broin announced a $2 million gift for construction of the precision agriculture facility at South Dakota […]

    December 26, 2019
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    Interest in Drones Growing Among Cattle Producers

    Technology in agriculture is moving at the speed of light — or at least at the speed of flight — and livestock […]

    August 20, 2019
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    Creating an Automated Infrastructure on Your Farm

    Silos are more than just a place to store grain on Paulman Farms. They also represent isolated pockets of yield, moisture, machine, and nutrient data.

    August 7, 2019
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    Helping wheat, corn producers target fertilizer needs

    A few years ago, Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists in Akron, Colorado began noticing a pattern to their wheat harvests: yields were higher in low-lying areas. But it was the extreme variability in yields that surprised the researchers.

    July 19, 2019
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    2019 fall cover crop considerations

    In our business, we have seen some excellent soil health and erosion benefits from cover crops and encourage growers to take a look at the rewards cover crops can provide. Whether you plan to interseed into a standing crop or wait to plant until after harvest, there are many options and variables to consider.

    July 15, 2019
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    Waterhemp resists another class of herbicides

    Waterhemp, a broadleaf weed common to corn and soybean fields across the Midwest, is getting much harder to kill. In a new study from the University of Illinois, scientists document waterhemp’s resistance to yet another class of herbicides, known as Group 15s.

    June 17, 2019