While better genetics and adopting more efficient practices are ways to increase production, big data can be the accelerator for all of it. “In 2013, we had roughly 400 unique fields. For all practical purposes, that means we had 400 test plots,” he says.
This segment is one portion of "Sifting Through Big Data." Please click the link to read the full story. In January 2013, Tyler McClendon decided it was time to take action. “As I learned about what was possible in data collection and systems, I realized
Aaron Ault believes that getting a handle on your data means creating an open-source platform for analysis tools. Like many farmers, you are probably sitting on a pile of data. You know there’s value, yet there haven’t been any clear answers on what you s