Tools of the Future: Drones
Explore 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.money in the next year. Join us for the tools of the future tour making stops in Iowa Illinois in Indiana this year. Blossom pilots over hostile territory killed the first of the drowned in 1918 it. Nearly a hundred years later drums have evolved into a controversial tool in the fight against terrorism. But yet they have the potential to become an ally in the future precision agriculture. -- Think -- agriculture is one of the applications. For small unmanned aerial systems . That is. Going to be the way of the future in the sense that. It is one of and these controversial aspects
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
ExactEmerge farmer impressions
Greg Smith, who farms near Cummings, Kansas, talks with Agriculture.com's Laurie Bedord about his first impressions of the new John Deere planting system.I'm -- majority IQ with Greg Smith who had a chance to check out the exact number explain to the time here has just revealed drink tell. You got
Agritechnica 2013: Vaderstad
Maria Redwanz from Vaderstad describes the E-Services and E-Control apps for iPad. From Agritechnica in Hanover, Germany.machine. Thanks Sam Mike and change but suns -- -- flags and Mack Brown is the buttons on the high end. Again. Also signed off some -- unit. Just spent pushing down. Yeah had a really
Case IH Precision Disk 500T
Innovations Editor, Jessie Scott speaks to Dale Simpson about the new Precision Disk 500T from Case IH at the 2013 AgConnect Expo. From Machinery Show #619, originally aired February 28, 2013.
A look at SeedStar Mobile
Deere's Mike Brandert talks about the company's SeedStar Mobile data product, which will "enhance the planting experience" by displaying field data and making it readily available for crop management decision-making.us we've got. -- it's. Only have fears. Product that we're -- car seats for a moment. Receipts are mobile isn't half over running on the apple iPad. That essentially taking the plane or data and
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.
SEMA Show, Las Vegas
Hundreds of new tools are introduced at the SEMA Show each year, here are some of our favorites-Hello. My name is Mark Fletcher. I'm with Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company . Today, we're gonna talk about the half-inch impact and how it's growing into the new tools of today. The half-inch impact started in roughly the early 40s, late 30s. 734 has been a bread and butter tool for CP for many, many years. This tool weighs about 5 pounds, puts out 400 foot pounds of torque. This has been a standby tool. This is the CP7759Q. It's one of our new half-inch impacts that we're gonna be releasing very soon. It's a half-inch impact. We also have noted in it. It's carbon fiber in the housing to keep the tool nice and light. It uses a magnesium nosecone to protect the clutch and a composite housing. It is nice and light, comfortable for the operator. It has our signature side-to-side forward reverse. It has the variable speed-teasing throttle. It produces 780 foot pounds of torque. It has a controllable torque control on the back so you have low, medium, and high, maximum again in 780 foot pounds . The big difference in this tool is the dBas. Most impacts run between 95 and 105 dBas, and this particular tool runs
Agritechnica 2013: Vortik
Simon Smith from Cambridge Consultant demonstrates a new spray technology for more accurate application of chemicals. From Agritechnica in Hanover, Germany.
'Drive it like you stole it'
Cummings, Kansas, farmer Greg Smith talks about his first time in the field with Deere's new ExactEmerge planter.don't look. What do you mean he goes fast you go. -- industry standards it was five mile an hour of course it's so hot with six home. Her life back to concede everywhere belongs yeah