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PrecisionAg Institute Award Of Excellence Video At InfoAg 2007

July 26, 2007

Recipients Arthur Lange of Trimble, Norm Teegardin of Farm Works Software, and Scott Shearer of the University of Kentucky accept

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Farm Works Adds Ruggedized Handheld

July 5, 2007

PrecisionAg eNews – Farm Works Software recently introduced the new rugged handheld PC, known as Titan RH, which uses the

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Three Precision Agriculture Innovators Honored For Excellence

June 25, 2007

The recipients of the 2007 PrecisionAg Award of Excellence are (alphabetized by last name): Dr. Arthur F. Lange – A

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Precision Pioneer Offers Advice: Interview With David Wildy

June 14, 2007

David Wildy, owner of Wildy Farms in Manila, Arkansas, is truly one of the pioneers of precision agriculture in the

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Choosing Precision Agriculture Technologies

March 23, 2007

With the end of winter in sight, many in the agricultural industry are starting to get serious on their choices

Outlook 2007: Very Positive

March 15, 2007

As the 2007 spring season kicks into high gear, market analysts expect one sight to dominate the agricultural landscape —

Working In The Zone

March 5, 2007

Top: Field InSite SaMZ images are ordered by All Points through the Internet, from which zones can be identified and

The PrecisionAg Institute Announces Award of Excellence

February 1, 2007

In an effort to recognize the individual excellence in precision agriculture, the PrecisionAg InstituteTM today announced the launch of the

Grower Profile: The Mitchell Farm, Part IV

December 15, 2006

  Wade (left) and Clay Mitchell stand over a GPS steering-equipped implement.   Implements are fitted with hydraulics and steering

Precision Out West: Invasion Of The Fruit Snatchers

December 15, 2006

John Deere’s autonomous orchard tractor shown here is equipped with a perception system developed in conjunction with Carnegie Mellon University.

The Technology Road Map

December 15, 2006

Tough times in the tree fruit industry around the turn of this past century led a group of visionary industry

Having Technology Talent On Hand Is Critical

December 15, 2006

Russo Many years ago, while doing a stint in academia, I participated in an introductory course in agriculture for freshman

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Seed Varieties

Texas High Plains Variety Trial Results Now Online

February 15, 2018

The results of the 2017 Replicated Agronomic Cotton Evaluations Trials for the Texas High Plains are now available online.

Weed Control

TX Auxin Training Gets Reciprocal Okay from OK, NM

February 15, 2018

Auxin-specific herbicide training developed by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension has received reciprocal approval by Oklahoma and New Mexico, allowing producers that operate in those states to attend one training to meet regulatory requirements.

Insect Control

Texas Receives Transform Section 18 for Plant Bugs in Cotton

February 6, 2018

EPA has approved the Section 18 Emergency Exemption for use of Transform WG in Texas to control plant bugs in cotton during 2018.

Crop Inputs

Consider Multiple Factors for Fertilizer Decisions

February 5, 2018

Don’t let last year’s yield be the only factor you consider for fertilizer applications.

Weed Control

Keep Young Cotton Out of Battle with Pigweed

February 2, 2018

In South Texas, an early season fight against pigweed can keep your young crop out of a losing battle.

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What You Need to Know Before Adding Drones

February 2, 2018

If you’re thinking about adding a drone to your farming operation, there are a few things you need to know before getting started.

Insect Control

Whitefly Control Key Topic at Georgia Meetings

January 29, 2018

During winter production meetings, University of Georgia entomologists are stressing the need to eliminate host plants to help avoid whitefly issues this year.

Seed Varieties

Results from 2017 Variety Trials in Mid-South and GA

January 23, 2018

Results of the 2017 state variety trials in Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas and Georgia are now available online, just in time to help growers with variety selection for 2018.

Weed Control

Hit the Target Website Helps Reduce Crop Injury Issues

January 23, 2018

While Texas cotton and soybean growers complete application training for new auxin formulations, the education is being extended to help producers with sensitive or susceptible crops protect their investments.

Weed Control

Tennessee Sets Dates for Dicamba Stewardship Training

January 15, 2018

Dicamba Stewardship training sessions will be held throughout Tennessee from mid-January through early March, with online training available soon.

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Putting Precision’s Promise to Work

December 21, 2017

At Ak-Chin Farms, a philosophy of efficiency shows the true value of precision agriculture.