Cropweek 2012 – Seed Hawk Puts A Dollar Amount to Sectional Control Savings

When it comes to precision agriculture, in most cases it’s not a matter of if you’ve adopted it on your farm, it’s more like to what extent have you incorporated it. From GPS guidance to metering systems and variable rate technology, all manner of technology at many different levels falls under the banner of precision agriculture. The one thing all of these technologies share, from the least expensive to the most intricate is the fact that they were designed to make the farm more profitable.

Seeing an actual dollar amount reflecting what that technology can do for you helps to make a purchase decision a little easier. Seed Hawk understands that fact. At this years Crop Production Week Show, Seed Hawk’s Chris Morson gave farmers some numbers to go along with Seed Hawk’s Sectional Control System. I talked to Chris at the Seed Hawk Booth.


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Shaun Haney

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