The new regulations will make it easier for American farmers to use drones to check fields for disease, spray fertilizer, or watch over livestock.
Online purchases of crop inputs have attracted renewed interest. Although many consumer segments have been disrupted by technology offerings in the past decade—Netflix versus Blockbuster to name one—consultant Steve Watts points out the first wave of e-commerce for ag retail appeared 20 years ago, and it included Rooster.com. Read[…]Read More »
I’m still basking in the glow of a pretty successful event in Seattle, our third PrecisionAg®Vision Conference, which was a true team event for our parent company, Meister Media. We had involvement from a terrific panel of external advisers to the agenda, and editors from our fruit and vegetable publications also[…]Read More »