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Agribotix unveils integrated drone-enabled agricultural intelligence solution

Agribotix LLC and AGCO have partnered to bring a turnkey agricultural intelligence solution to market. The "all-in-one," drone-enabled package combines Agribotix's FarmLens cloud-based data platform with the purpose-built SOLO AGCO edition quadcopter to provide customers with an efficient, reliable way to collect and analyze field data for precision agriculture applications.


CAT 903C features Tier 4 Interim engine

The new Cat 903C compact wheel loader—with a standard operating weight of 9,150 pounds and powered with a 42-horsepower Cat C2.4 engine—has the power and balance to work productively in a range of applications, including construction, industrial, agricultural, landscaping, and snow-removal.


Iteris expands international ClearAg precision content services

Iteris, Inc., a leader in providing information solutions to the transportation and agriculture markets, has enhanced the global weather content in its flagship precision farming platform, ClearAg. The update extends precision precipitation estimation beyond the 156 U.S. radar sites already integrated into ClearAg’s Advanced Radar Processing System, with over 100 international weather radar sites across Australia, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, and the United Kingdom.


Michelin introduces new farm tires

Michelin Agricultural tires is launching new tires for sprayers and large implements in North America, as well as an industry-first satisfaction guarantee on the well-known Ultraflex line and a new mobile app that calculates the proper air pressure for tractor tires.


Sugarcane aphid resistance, corn adaptation – only rumors

With any new pest, and particularly when the insect populations build to astronomical levels, there are many kinds of stories floating around. Many will be factual, some ridiculous, and some are alarming. Recently, one of the stories that was alarming said that the sugarcane aphid in Mexico has developed resistance to insecticides and was eating up corn.


Diverse insect population means fewer pests in cornfields

Cornfields with a more diverse insect population have fewer problems with pests, according to a study done by U.S. Department of Agriculture agroecologist Jonathan Lundgren and South Dakota State University economics professor Scott Fausti.


National soy checkoff targets soybean innovation for farmer profit opportunities

Maximizing the profit potential of every U.S. soybean farmer means seeing beyond today; it means driving soybean innovation in products and services to meet customers’ needs tomorrow. That’s why the farmer-leaders of the national soy checkoff made driving innovation the center of their new, groundbreaking 5-year strategic plan, which will guide all national soy checkoff investments from fiscal years 2017 to 2022.


OMB approves DHS information collection request for CFATS personnel surety program

The Office of Management and Budget approved the Department of Homeland Security's Information Collection Request for the Chemical Facility Anit-Terrorism Standards Personnel Surety Program. Personnel surety, vetting facility personnel and unescorted visitors who have access to chemicals of interest, such as ammonium nitrate, is a key aspect of facility security.


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