Solution: Farm and agronomy solutions

 

Helping to make sense of Digital Agriculture

Ask any farmer the name of a weed and they will reply with a term that is understood by everyone in the same region. Often, they will even give you multiple names because it’s known by more than one term. Proagrica decided over 20 years ago that the rich diversity of phrases and terms commonly […]

Scanning the horizon of farm data – ADAMA Australia

Farmers don’t farm for the joy of record keeping, and yet it’s becoming a progressively more important part of participating in the industry. Increasingly, those records need to include records of the batch information of products stored and applied on the farm. Recently, ADAMA Australia has taken a major step forward to ease some of […]

How insight drives profitability

Acquiring data is important but using that data to drive business outcomes is what generates measurable value. Data insight can be used to drive greater profitability using smart …

What is Agriculture 4.0?

Agriculture 4.0 is a term for the next big trends facing the industry, including a greater focus on precision agriculture, the internet of things (IoT) and the use of big data …

What is precision agriculture?

What is “precision agriculture” and why is it important?  Precision agriculture is a collective term for advancements in technology that enhance farm production by utilizing …

360° visibility in practice

360° connectivity can bring complete transformation to businesses across the agriculture supply chain. For example, take a retailer customer, specifically a grower: the grower’s agronomist has stated there’s a …

Uncertainty in preparing for the future

In 2018, Proagrica surveyed the US ag retailer community, reaching out to over 5,000 businesses in the sector, to better understand key issues affecting profitability, growth, and the extent to which data and …

Unlocking the full potential of precision agriculture

Is your business ready? Goldman Sachs, in their report on the rise of precision agriculture, project that this technology will occupy 4.5% of the global market by 2020 – roughly double its proportion just five years ago.

Top data trends for Agribusiness in 2019

As another year passes, business leaders are wise to examine their current operations and consider their position in the marketplace. 2019 will undoubtedly see further emergence of new data technologies.

Solutions for all seasons

The amount of data created by growers is continually increasing, from what was planted, sprayed, fertilized and harvested and can inform the decision of what to repeat or avoid the following year. Until recently these records were usually …

Big Data – is it just for big business?

A recent report from Agronomy for Sustainable Development in Australia, surveyed stakeholders in the agriculture industry, specifically focusing on the perceptions and discourse surrounding big data …