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New functionality for Climate Basic service

Climate Basic is a free web and mobile app, used by farmers on more than 50 million acres in the U.S., that helps farmers optimize their daily decision making with field-level weather information. This spring, the tool will deliver an even simpler user interface for farmers, an upgraded notifications system, and added scouting functionality.

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Iteris announces ClearAg Crop Protection beta testing program

Iteris, Inc., a leader in providing intelligent traffic management and weather information solutions, announced the opening of its ClearAg Crop Protection application programming interfaces (API) beta testing program. ClearAg Crop Protection APIs will provide leading agriculture retailers, manufacturers and growers access to the latest Iteris product capabilities for field-level analytics and visualization tools.

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FarmLogs introduces FarmLogs Advantage

FarmLogs, a leading data science company that helps over 20 percent of U.S. farms maximize productivity and field profitability, unveiled its FarmLogs Advantage, a suite of breakthrough innovations will make precision farming possible for every farmer in America. The new version of FarmLogs will offer powerful automated data collection and analysis features focused on helping farmers make their fields even more profitable.

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Inocucor Technologies announces new headquarters and labs

Agriculture biotech company Inocucor Technologies, Inc. announced that it has relocated its corporate headquarters to 7220 Frederick-Banting, Montreal, Quebec Canada H4S 2A1, effective Dec. 17, 2014. This new facility comprises nearly 10,000 square feet and will serve as the company’s headquarter offices, pilot production facility and research laboratories for development of next-generation products.

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Ag markets posted divergent closes Thursday

Corn futures rallied Thursday. The latest news seems generally supportive of corn prices, with a South Korean firm making a big overnight purchase, an IGC forecast for a 5% drop in global production in 2015/16 and support spilling over from the soybean market.

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