A host of factors could be cited for “the rise of the machines” in ag retail plants — and the need for ever more sophisticated software to help run them: blender designs, new fertilizer products, precision advances, personnel challenges, larger farms.
In the cotton industry, especially on the farming and ginning side, one technology holds potential to revolutionize the way modules are managed from the field all the way to the gin. Read moreRead More »
Purdue University has developed technology that researchers say could be used by farmers in the future to more accurately sense subsurface moisture by measuring the reflections from communication satellite signals. Read moreRead More »