Precision Point Blog

Jan, 16 2018 - by Ag Leader

A Window into your planter

Everyone knows planting an ideal seed placement is key to ROI and you are losing big money per acre by not placing seed properly. Several factors affect spacing quality and singulation, but do you know how your planter is performing? If the answer is no, you need a window into your planter, and the InCommand 1200 gives you just that. In this blog series, I'll discuss how InCommand can gain you visibility into your planter like nothing else.

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Dec, 20 2017 - by Sam Worley

2017: A Year in Review

2017 marked a special year for Ag Leader, we celebrated our 25th anniversary by having a week-long celebration in Ames, Iowa and further advanced agriculture through our precision ag product efforts and support.

Additionally, 2017 was also Soil-Max’s 20th anniversary. For more information about Soil-Max, a wholly-owned Ag Leader subsidiary, click here.

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Dec, 13 2017 - by Ag Leader

AgFiniti Adds New Comparison Features!

AgFiniti®, Ag Leader’s cloud-based data management platform, continues to expand, adding valuable features to increase full-farm connectivity and ease the decision-making process for growers. Announced today, AgFiniti will offer the ability to compare reports of yield by hybrid, population and soil type within the platform.

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Dec, 12 2017 - by Ag Leader

Get to know our Precision Technology Agronomists!

By now maybe you’ve seen the Agronomically Speaking series we’ve featured here on the blog. These are posts that are focused on agronomic topics and are written by our in-house staff - largely our two Precision Technology Agronomists, Chad Swindoll and Barry Anderson. These faces will likely become familar to you at speaking events, dealer trainings and field days. Here's a chance to get to know them a little better. Have an agronomy question for them? Let us know in the comments!

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Dec, 05 2017 - by Brett Buehler

How Hydraulic Down Force works:

Simply stated, even plant emergence is the first step to record-setting yields. Even emergence begins with germination, where three key ingredients are required; moisture, warmth, and air. As these ingredients vary throughout a field, so does the time required for a seed to germinate and emerge.

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