Precision Planting news
A new all-inclusive process that moves away from the tedious century-long soil sample and testing methods was rolled out at Precision Planting’s Winter Conference.
A new fully custom, factory-built planting system was unveiled at the Precision Planting Winter Conference. The CornerStone Planting System comes fully built with “everything but the planter bar” and is integrated with Precision Planting technology.
A new product that provides an unobstructed view of the entire farming operation based on accumulated data and its analysis was launched by Precision Planting.
The Highland Community College Agriculture Department invites the public to the 2023 Agriculture Research Day.
With an aim to challenge the status quo, Precision Planting opened its Precision Technology Institute five years ago. The farm that focuses completely on research has since hosted visitors from across the globe.
A grain storage system designed to add more research capabilities at the Precision Technology Institute farm is anticipated to be online for harvest this fall.
Planting technology in action is on display for U.S. and international visitors to the Precision Technology Institute throughout the summer.
A limited commercial release of a new nozzle control system designed to maintain consistent pressure regardless of rates and ground speed is slated for this fall.
Precision Planting, most known for premier planter upgrades, launched a new product for the air seeder and fertilizer market.
The National Strip-Tillage Conference is coming to central Illinois this summer, offering tips, ideas and techniques from experts and fellow farmers.
A standard soybean fertility program used to be just relying on whatever was left over in the field after corn, but feeding the plants should be looked at no differently than feeding ourselves to maintain health.
A vision-based targeted spraying system that’s under development was featured at Precision Planting’s recent winter conference.
Precision Planting is developing new products to help farmers improve their spraying operation. “We are working on three new products and ReClaim will likely come out this fall,” said Andrew Feucht, product marketing specialist for Precision Planting.
Fertilizer is the second highest crop production cost behind land, but the least understood input on how to manage.
Heartland Community College kicked off the construction of a 29,500-square-foot-facility and outside growing labs which will support agriculture programs and the next generation of ag students.