While results of first precision survey for specialty crops dealers shows modest levels of adoption, several applications are poised for rapid growth.
Check out these eye-opening new approaches to controlling weeds in vegetable crops.
University of California Cooperative Extension is hosting its 2019 Automated Thinner and Weeder Field Day this month at the USDA Spence Research Field Station in Salinas, CA.
The labor is just not going to there to harvest the fruit, so you need to start preparing your workers for a brave new world.
Tariffs, decline in profits, and historic flooding have given growers pause when it comes to major investments.
Recent exhibition shows the equipment giant making big advances in connectivity, automation, and data-driven decision-making.
First commercial use of automated picker logged in Southern Hemisphere orchard.
Take a look at these before and after field images, showing how an auto weeder and an auto thinner does its job.
Equipment company’s latest ‘Farm Forward’ video reveals vision of how technology could drive increased productivity to feed a growing population.
Some of the early adopters share what has their attention in 2019.
Adoption of ag tech, robotics, automation, and data management among the hot topics vetted at the PrecisionAg VISION Conference.
Digital farming continues to break higher ground. Check out some of the latest smart device applications and their in-the-field features.
More sharp eyes are being turned toward technology aimed at solving challenges in the lettuce and specialty crop industries.
Tye Thompson uses his small growing operation to test cutting-edge techniques with real-world results.
Just like the early computer era, today’s precision agriculture for specialty crops offers surprising and creative solutions to common field issues.
Adapting tools to meet your needs? Here’s what you need to know.
Here is what’s on the market now, including how well the equipment is working, and what new technology to look for.