Talking today about AMVAC’s SIMPAS system which is taking prescription application to a new level. Retailers and farmers got an up-close look at the new technology during a special summit in Rockford, Illinois this past week.
A precision sprayer powered by artificial intelligence reduces total herbicide costs by more than $65 per acre, according to a university field trial. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s trial compared Greeneye Technology’s retrofit green-on-green sprayer to broadcast herbicide.
A close working relationship between OEMs and their dealers results in success for the companies and their customers. Iowa-based independent precision dealer Youngblut Ag carries several lines of Yetter row cleaners, harvest equipment and closing wheels.
A recent whitepaper from the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) outlines 13 trends that could influence how food is produced — many of which hinge on adoption of precision agriculture technologies.
The growing practice of strip-till farming presents an opportunity for dealerships and their precision departments to establish authority and increase revenue. As the results of the 2022 Strip-Till Operational Practices Benchmark Study reveal, most strip-tillers are using and investing in precision.
AGCO is taking a retrofit first approach to autonomy and its tech stack. The OEM is designing technology that will fit farmers’ operations, which often include a mixed fleet and the need to improve efficiency without buying a brand new machine.
John Deere is sizing the addressable market from its technology offerings to be an incremental $150 billion. The addressable market includes potential savings on herbicides and fertilizers, improved yields and fewer labor expenses.
Both CNH Industrial and John Deere consider their technology stack, the set of technologies stacked together to build an application, central to their companies’ strategies for growth. Today, we’re comparing the two OEMs’ high-level explanations of their tech stacks.
This week's Technology Corner takes a closer look at how Case IH dealer Titan Machinery is partnering with agtech company Augmenta to offer customers a smart and automated variable rate application system.
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In this episode, we take a preliminary look at Ag Equipment Intelligence’s 2023 Dealer Busienss Outlook & Trends Report. In the Technology Corner, Noah Newman takes a look Amvac’s SIMPAS System. Also in this episode, dealers find creative ways to fix and update customer equipment in the midst of supply chain slowdowns and Ben Thorpe shares an interview with 360 Yield Center’s Gregg Sauder on why dealers should be doing more with agronomy.