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Amarillo Farm & Ranch Show - Amarillo, TXNov 28, 2017 - Nov 30, 2017
Come visit us at booth C1543!
Nebraska Power Farming Show - Lincoln, NEDec 05, 2017 - Dec 07, 2017
Come visit us at booth 1603!
How In-Field Weather Stations Lighten Your WorkloadSep 26, 2017
Advances in precision farming technology have completely changed the game for today’s growers by enabling them to remotely monitor, measure and control all kinds of variables. Weather, unfortunately, is one thing that can’t be controlled; however, what IS under our control is choosing the source we trust for our weather information.
Roadmapping a Successful Irrigation SeasonAug 24, 2017
Irrigation pivots and automobiles – two things that typically don’t get grouped together but have a surprising amount in common. What makes them so similar? While “wheels, metal, and motors” is a good answer, technology has done the most to tie the two products together.
How to Know When to Stop IrrigatingAug 02, 2017
Going into each growing season, we at AgSense ask ourselves how we can continue to add more value for our growers. We are really good at remotely controlling irrigation pivots and pumps, monitoring soil moisture levels, flow, and current weather conditions. However, we are not agronomists. That’s why we partner with many ‘Best of Breed’ agronomic software companies, rather than trying to be a ‘One Stop Shop’. This concept of cooperation we call the ‘Three Legged Stool’ of irrigation management (grower, equipment dealer, agronomic trusted advisor).