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Precision Technology

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

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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

Oklahoma: Sweet Potential

December 15, 2006

Oklahoma State University’s Tim Sharp is working on a project that would allow growers to turn a crop of sweet

Tim Norris: Taking RTK All The Way

December 15, 2006

Tim Norris has covered a pretty wide waterfront since we first visited him three years ago. At the time, Norris

Big Ideas Inside

December 15, 2006

This Winter issue is easily the most enjoyable of the quarterly PrecisionAg Special Reports we put out every year. I

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.

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Insect Control

In-Crop Needs Drive Transform Momentum

April 18, 2018

Transform insecticide annually overcomes regulatory hurdles to remain a vital crop protection tool.

Insect Control

Biopesticide Option for Bollworm, Budworm Control

April 15, 2018

A host-specific virus is being used to control bollworms and budworms in Arkansas crops.

Precision Technology

25 Best Colleges for Precision Agriculture

March 22, 2018

More and more students are focusing their studies on the quickly growing field of precision agriculture. Here's a list of the top precision ag programs at colleges and universities around the world.

Precision Technology

NC State Grad Students Surveying Precision Ag Use

March 20, 2018

A team of NC State University graduate students wants your input on how row crop growers are currently using precision agriculture in their farming operations.

Disease Control / Nematodes

Warm Spring Could Spark Nematode Activity

March 14, 2018

Despite freezing January temperatures that reduced nematode buildup in fields, warmer spring temperatures could quickly stir them back into action.

Insect Control

Transition Time for Bollworm Control

March 7, 2018

Increased bollworm damage in dual-gene Bt traits has entomologists looking to newer 3-gene technologies to help manage control and costs.

Weed Control

Spring Decisions Determine Weed Control Success

March 6, 2018

Enlist crops support multiple modes of action for clean cotton and soybean fields.

Insect Control

Transform Adding Cotton, Sorghum Exemptions

March 6, 2018

Multiple Section 18 emergency use exemptions from the U.S. EPA for Transform WG insecticide are welcome news to cotton and sorghum growers.

Weed Control

Keeping Texas Weed Pests Under Control

February 20, 2018

A positive year of weed management with new dicamba technologies bodes well for Texas cotton growers in 2018.

Weed Control

Online Training for Auxin Use in AR Now Open

February 20, 2018

Online training is open for Arkansas farmers seeking the mandatory license for ground applications of any dicamba or Enlist 2,4-D

Seed Varieties

High and Rolling Plains Trial Results Now Available

February 20, 2018

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agronomists in the High Plains and Rolling Plains have released their 2017 Replicated Agronomic Cotton Evaluation trial results.