Number crunch your way to higher yields

While there are several aspects of farming that are part art, part science, the science part is becoming increasingly easier to measure, manage, and compare.

While research has always been a driving force of agronomic decisions, we’re just now starting to see how in-field information can shape decisions, on-the-go.

That’s made possible by company’s such as The Climate Corporation, whose technology platforms  are allowing farmers to quantify and compare what a decision’s impact will be on the farm almost instantly.

Climate’s Mark Young recently joined Shaun Haney for this discussion at FarmTech at Edmonton, to dig in to how all those numbers and images collected can translate to real-time decisions on-farm, how farming is like scouting baseball prospects, and where platforms like FieldView may take us in the future.


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