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Digital Ag Gives Farm Managers a Competitive Edge

Digital Ag Gives Farm Managers a Competitive Edge

Farmers Edge and Farmers National Company partner to support sustainable crop production and boost profitability of all stakeholders LINCOLN, Neb., and OMAHA, Neb. – November 18, 2020 — Farmers Edge™, a global leader in digital agriculture, and Farmers National...

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    Variable Rate: Why It’s Important Now, More Than Ever

    Variable Rate: Why It’s Important Now, More Than Ever

    By: Shane Thomas, Global Digital Ag Lead Variable Rate Technology (VRT) has been used in western Canadian agriculture for the last two decades with significant success: increased yields, higher profitability, lower costs and more efficient harvests. Over the last...

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    Precision Farming: 7 Ways it Benefits Your Farm

    Precision Farming: 7 Ways it Benefits Your Farm

    By Shane Thomas, Global Digital Ag Lead Precision farming has been growing for well over a decade in North America. Initially, it was used primarily as a mechanism to adjust fertilizer rates surrounding high, medium, or low producing zones of a field. As technology...

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    Enhanced Zoning Using Multiple Sources of Data

    Enhanced Zoning Using Multiple Sources of Data

    By Ben D. Johnson, CCA, Product Marketing Manager Straight lines rarely exist in nature, so when it comes to managing our fields, it only makes sense to identify the variability in our fields accurately. Years ago, soil sampling was done by driving out to the field...

    read more
    Polygons, Triangles and Trials…Oh My!

    Polygons, Triangles and Trials…Oh My!

    By Shane Thomas, Global Digital Ag Lead Successfully identifying the yield benefits of trials or the yield drags of specific issues such as herbicide drift, can have significant implications for your farm. Whether it’s to accurately understand the yield hit that a...

    read more
    What is Delta T and why is it important for spraying?

    What is Delta T and why is it important for spraying?

    By Tom Wolf (Nozzle_Guy) Delta T, also known as “wet bulb depression”, is an atmospheric moisture parameter whose use in spraying has made its way to North America from Australian operations. It is defined as the dry bulb temperature minus the wet bulb temperature,...

    read more
    Amplify Your Fungicide: Variable Rate Application

    Amplify Your Fungicide: Variable Rate Application

    By: Shane Thomas, Global Digital Ag Lead Variable Rate (VR) application of fertilizer has been commonplace in western Canadian agriculture for over a decade now. Being able to apply nutrients where they have the highest likelihood of yield response and pulling back in...

    read more
    Farmers Edge Imagery: Your Right-Hand Helper on the Farm

    Farmers Edge Imagery: Your Right-Hand Helper on the Farm

    By Shane Thomas, Global Digital Ag Lead For farmers, having a second set of eyes can be one of the most valuable assets on the farm, whether this is from an accountant, agronomist or grain merchandiser. One of the most common second opinions is the one coming from an...

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    Digital Ag Gives Farm Managers a Competitive Edge

    Digital Ag Gives Farm Managers a Competitive Edge

    Farmers Edge and Farmers National Company partner to support sustainable crop production and boost profitability of all stakeholders LINCOLN, Neb., and OMAHA, Neb. – November 18, 2020 — Farmers Edge™, a global leader in digital agriculture, and Farmers National...

    read more
    Variable Rate: Why It’s Important Now, More Than Ever

    Variable Rate: Why It’s Important Now, More Than Ever

    By: Shane Thomas, Global Digital Ag Lead Variable Rate Technology (VRT) has been used in western Canadian agriculture for the last two decades with significant success: increased yields, higher profitability, lower costs and more efficient harvests. Over the last...

    read more
    Precision Farming: 7 Ways it Benefits Your Farm

    Precision Farming: 7 Ways it Benefits Your Farm

    By Shane Thomas, Global Digital Ag Lead Precision farming has been growing for well over a decade in North America. Initially, it was used primarily as a mechanism to adjust fertilizer rates surrounding high, medium, or low producing zones of a field. As technology...

    read more
    Enhanced Zoning Using Multiple Sources of Data

    Enhanced Zoning Using Multiple Sources of Data

    By Ben D. Johnson, CCA, Product Marketing Manager Straight lines rarely exist in nature, so when it comes to managing our fields, it only makes sense to identify the variability in our fields accurately. Years ago, soil sampling was done by driving out to the field...

    read more
    Polygons, Triangles and Trials…Oh My!

    Polygons, Triangles and Trials…Oh My!

    By Shane Thomas, Global Digital Ag Lead Successfully identifying the yield benefits of trials or the yield drags of specific issues such as herbicide drift, can have significant implications for your farm. Whether it’s to accurately understand the yield hit that a...

    read more
    What is Delta T and why is it important for spraying?

    What is Delta T and why is it important for spraying?

    By Tom Wolf (Nozzle_Guy) Delta T, also known as “wet bulb depression”, is an atmospheric moisture parameter whose use in spraying has made its way to North America from Australian operations. It is defined as the dry bulb temperature minus the wet bulb temperature,...

    read more
    Amplify Your Fungicide: Variable Rate Application

    Amplify Your Fungicide: Variable Rate Application

    By: Shane Thomas, Global Digital Ag Lead Variable Rate (VR) application of fertilizer has been commonplace in western Canadian agriculture for over a decade now. Being able to apply nutrients where they have the highest likelihood of yield response and pulling back in...

    read more