Crop Quest, Inc., the largest independent crop consulting company in the US, is helping farmer customers quantify and qualify what’s happening in their fields via a new partnership with Satshot.

Satshot satellite NDVI images will be integrated in the crop service package offered by Crop Quest. Company agronomists will review all of the images to identify areas affecting yield potential, and then can work with the farmer to scout that area, identify the issue and make a recommendation.

Crop Quest is dedicated to providing economically and environmentally sound services through the practice of integrity and innovation for all of its growers. 

"Being able to quantify and qualify what is happening in the field lets the agronomist and the grower make a more educated management decision," says Nathan Woydziak, Precision Ag Manager for Crop Quest.

NDVI imagery is another tool in the Crop Quest toolbox that assures their agronomists can service all of their customer’s crop consulting needs.

As an independent crop consulting company, Crop Quest, is not tied to any products. Providing customers with the highest level of agronomic knowledge is what keeps them in business year after year. Innovatively applying that knowledge through the use of Precision Ag is what keeps them on the cutting edge.

The company has launched so farmers can see a full season’s worth of images for their fields by filling out the information to receive a free set of NDVI images.