A survey of more than 100 tech-savvy soybean farmers found half value digital technology at more than $15 per acre. The survey, conducted by John Fulton and team at Ohio State University, also found:
96% use data collected as a direct input for management decisions.
92% share data, two-thirds of which share data with two or more people.
90% prefer to manage their own data.
88% use prescription maps for managing inputs such as seed or fertilizers.
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