Farmer uses iPad in soyabean field© Cutura/Rex/Shutterstock
Arable growers in the US are boosting yields and making better use of inputs by using digital tools based on predictive growth models for their crops. Using data from their field operations and weather forecasts they are able to predict what their crops need day by day and help them cope better with climate change. Seed giant Monsanto is developing these digital tools which are used across about 2m hectares in the US Mid-West maize and soya bean growing area […]
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