If you have been following any precision ag media or technology news in general, there has been a lot of excitement and interest around blockchain. But what is blockchain? Where did it come from? More importantly, what does it mean to farmers and others in the ag industry? Is blockchain here to solve everyone’s digital problems or will its implementation be slightly less life changing?
There’s a swarm invasion headed for America’s cotton fields and Dr. Ed Barnes couldn’t be more excited for it to arrive. Don’t worry, Barnes isn’t planning a boll weevil release. The Senior Director of Agricultural and Environmental Research at Cotton Incorporated is working on developing an army of small autonomous robots—swarm bots[…]Read More »
Drone technology has been touted as a high-tech crop scouting tool for years. Now, the technology has advanced to the point where farmers can not only conduct accurate plant population counts, but also distinguish between crops and weeds. Read moreRead More »