That big house looks really nice, but what about that sandy hillside it’s built on? Likewise, increased accuracy is bringing big, new possibilities in varying seed population and variety, but is your big data firm enough to support those decisions?
Shannon Gomes, a soil scientist and crop consultant, helped map Iowa soils in the 80s before GPS was used, so he understands the inherent resolution problems with those early maps. He now operates Cedar Basin Crop Consulting near Decorah, Iowa—http://www.cedarbasin.com
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