With today’s genetic weed-fighting seed technologies and new formulations of old active ingredients, there’s an almost bewildering array of parameters growers must follow to abide by label requirements and minimize risk of damaging their crops or those of others.
Currently, farmers can use precision ag to construct 2-D images or even 3-D reconstructions of their fields. But a collaborative research project from three Georgia institutions wants to take monitoring abilities into the fourth dimension. Read moreRead More »
What’s around the bend for precision agriculture? A new information-packed report from the Context Network offers a look behind the veil and carries significant implications for growers, retailers, industry professionals, and ag companies. Read moreRead More »