Our new series highlighting mobile technology and its many uses in agriculture.

Technology on the Move

  • DroneDeploy, CNH Industrial Collaborate on Farming Package

    02/23/2017 01:42 PM

    DroneDeply announces it is collaborating with CNH Industrial to offer a new drone data package called PLM Drone Data Manager, which can help farmers collect aerial data mapping for their operation. Ideally, the technology can help uncover any number of in-season opportunities, such as adjusting a fertilizer program on the go or identifying pests or analyzing plant counts and stand establishment.

  • A New Breed of Necessary Maverick
    01/03/2017 02:32 PM

    Nature or nurture, Brutlag, 29, is a prime example of agriculture’s new breed: A mix of dirt, metal, digital technology, marketing and analytics bound in one package. Simply, there are not many farmers with a diversification footprint to match Brutlag. 

  • Want To Know The Future Of Farming? Just Ask!
    12/28/2016 11:42 AM

    Steve Cubbage shares his view of the future of farming

  • This App Maps Your Soil Fertility Needs
    11/02/2016 02:44 PM

    Tiger-Sul has announced a new Nutrient Calculator app that the company says will help farmers more accurately plan for fertilizer applications and meet their soil’s nutrient needs.

  • Make Better Management Decisions With This Multi-Tool App
    09/12/2016 09:30 AM

    According to the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, production agriculture is more efficient and mobile than it ever has been, thanks in part to the wide variety of farming and ranching apps available. The organization announced recently that it has developed its own ag app that performs a variety of on-farm calculations. 

  • How Social Media Shook Up Crop Tour's Playing Field
    09/07/2016 02:29 AM

    Online tools give fans virtual access to yield-gathering process

  • Corn Silage Pricing App Makes its Timely Debut
    09/02/2016 08:52 AM

    Local conditions do vary, but for the most part, corn silage harvest occurs between late August and early November. In time for the 2016 corn silage harvest is a new app developed by two University of Wisconsin Extension agents that will help farmers quickly estimate the value of their standing corn silage.

  • Your August Agriculture App Roundup
    08/09/2016 02:48 PM

    The AgWeb App Finder is at it again. Editors have added another seven reviews to in August 2016.

Technology Blogs

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Janzen Ag Law Blog:
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Growing Technology:
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Economic Sense:
Big Ag Meets Big Data: Part 1
Syngenta Field Report:
Mobilize Your Agro Arsenal
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