Tools of the Future: Drones|
descriptionExplore the newest ag tools that will make you more profitable in the field at Successful Farming's Tools of the Future event. Iowa, June 12; Illinois, June 17; Indiana June 19.
Precision in Practice: Proactive Farming with Drones
Precision Drone's Aaron Sheller describes how he scouts his fields with unmanned aerial systems, or drones, and how that will change in the future, namely when it comes to making proactive crop management decisions.
Precision in Practice: Holographic Radar
Nathan Wrench from Cambridge Consultants introduces holographic radar for increasing safety on farm vehicles. From Agritechnica in Hanover, Germany.the spread. It's the thing I did in the wide angle view. Traffic updates as they did. See if they are likely to. Like with the fifth. Are we teaching the straight out for ranges of
2014 Changes in Multi-Hybrid: Commodity Classic
Jason Webster, Beck's Hybrids central Illinois practical farm research director, tells Gil Gullickson, Successful Farming crops technology editor, what Beck's Hybrids has in store for split-hybrid planting in 2014.
Multi-Hybrid Planting from Commodity Classic
Jason Webster, Beck's Hybrids central Illinois practical farm research director, tells Gil Gullickson, Successful Farming crops technology editor, how varying hybrids in a field can help boost yields.a low ground we've got high you're around. And we've got differ water cooling capacity if we can -- exchange capacities. That is the reason I wanna be able to be multi hybrid. Plane into the
Precision in Practice: Agritechnica 2013: Rauch AXMAT
Jens Hille from Rauch describes the new AXMAT fertilizer spreader monitoring system at Agritechnica in Hanover, Germany.spreading mistakes. At the -- -- not helps to make throughout the United States send more effective. And at the same time there environments. Will be. Influence in a -- -- banks -- -- so to
Precision in Practice: Agritechnica 2013: Horsch Boom Control Pro
Tyler Billay of Horsch Canada introduces Boom Control Pro for self-propelled sprayers. From Agritechnica in Honover, Germany
Preview - World Food Prize
Dan Looker previews the 2013 "BORLAUG DIALOGUE" INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM from the World Food Prize.business editor was successful farming magazine. I stand in front of the world food prize headquarters in downtown Des Moines, Iowa where next week. The winners of this year's surprise will be honored. And there will be a three day series of discussions. On a wide variety of subjects called the -- dialogue. That's named after Norman warlord who is the founder of the world food prize and was the winner. Of the Nobel peace prize in 1970. He's considered the father of the green revolution and is credited with saving more than a billion people more than any other person in history has saved. The winners this year are mark and -- here from Belgium. And two others from the United States Mary -- Shelton and Robert -- All three were involved. In pioneering. Biotechnology. And genetic engineering. Coincidentally or not coincidentally. There will be a few protests as well. From groups like occupy the -- reprise we're opposed to the use of genetically modified. And there will be discussions of other. Sometimes controversial subjects including. Our climate change and global warming the our current president of Iceland will be here to discuss that topic. There will be many other well known figures including
Agritechnica 2013: Vortik
Simon Smith from Cambridge Consultant demonstrates a new spray technology for more accurate application of chemicals. From Agritechnica in Hanover, Germany.
Agritechnica 2013: Fendt X Concept Tractor
Leonard von Stillfried from Fendt describes the electrical generator feature on the X Concept tractor at Agritechnica in Hanover, Germany.