New On-Farm Service Measures Precipitation

August 15, 2011 09:48 PM
 

A new service, IntelliCrop, can help you determine whether your crops have adequate moisture or need moisture on any given day.

The web-based product tallies the amount of precipitation in a given area, much like a rain gauge, enabling you to evaluate crop moisture levels, according to Nate Taylor, one of the business partners for the organization based in Sycamore, Ill.

Cost of the service starts at $18 per month.

In the following video, Taylor provides an overview of the service and how crop producers can put it to best use on their farms. 

 

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