Ed Hain believes in miracles. The Nebraska farmer doesn’t argue or preach, but insists he’s seen repeated instances of divine intervention in his fields: “I believe because I’ve seen.”
Jake Samuel, a fourth generation grower in the San Joaquin Valley of California, reports he’s seen first-hand how technology pays off with crop management decisions.
“Growers are dealing so many companies with very little coordination between the companies. The industry is going through a phase where we should expect to see some consolidations,” says John
One South Dakota producer shows it doesn’t take big adjustments or investments to make a big difference with conservation efforts.
On-farm testing helps develop effective technology
When producer Grant Norwood partnered with GroGuru, a startup with unique irrigation management technology enabling permanent soil sensor installation below till depth, the result was a win for both farmer
The first year of trials included sites in Washington and Nebraska where the companies say they were successful in demonstrating how to turn data into useful, actionable information.