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Game of Drones: Google beats Facebook to Titan By: 04/15/2014 @ 3:48pm

In what seems to be a game of drones among tech giants, Google recently announced it has purchased Titan Aerospace, a New Mexico-based unmanned aerial system developer…

5 Reasons to Upgrade Technology By: 03/17/2014 @ 2:08pm

Adam Gittins, HTS Ag, lists five reasons why you should upgrade your older equipment with the latest precision ag…

Soil-Moisture Sensors By: 03/17/2014 @ 2:21pm

Imagine a corn plant whose roots are able to relay real-time soil-moisture conditions. By telling you if the plant’s…

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Q&A with Precision Ag Specialist, Scott Shearer By: 04/14/2014 @ 9:10am

SF: What spurred your initial interest in precision ag technology?SS: A pivotal moment in my career was in 1994 when I met Mike Ellis. Mike, who farms in Shelby County Kentucky, is the kind of farmer who…

Data Demands By: 04/02/2014 @ 10:35am

From who owns the data to the ways we manage the data, this four-letter word seems to have taken on a life of its own. Big data has become a big headache. To better understand concerns and current hurdles…

Crop Sensors By: 04/02/2014 @ 10:01am

When drought destroyed the Oklahoma corn crop two years in a row, farmers were optimistic that the winter wheat that followed would be the bright spot. Yet, what was lurking in the soil tipped the scale in the…

Technology Lets You Document, Share Information From the Field By: 03/25/2014 @ 2:24pm

Organize, store, and share findings when scouting fields with MyTraps Scout. The new technology, developed by Spensa Technologies, Inc., lets users use their mobile device to document findings using texts…

New Technology on Older Iron: Age is Just a Number By: 03/17/2014 @ 2:00pm

Pushing populations on his 30-inch rows has been part of Bruce Rohwer’s planting regimen for more than a decade. “I’ve been running as high as 36,000 on corn for many years,” says the Paulina…

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