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Blog - Certificate course enters 2nd round | 07.04.2021
In 2020, the 1st certificate course around digital crop production started. Time for a review and outlook! Read more

The Restrictions on N-Fertilization in Red Areas

Blog - The Restrictions on N-Fertilization in Red Areas | 07.04.2021
The Fertilizer Ordinance was adopted in 2017 and revised in 2020. This presents agricultural businesses with major problems. Peer Leithold, Managing Director of Agricon GmbH, takes a critical look at the ordinance and presents possible solutions. Read more

[Translate to Englisch:] Bodenscanner-Karten im agriPORT

Blog - From now and free of charge: The soil scanner maps in agriPORT | 01.04.2021
Since 2002, we have been using the soil scanner to record the heterogeneity of your soils. At the beginning of this year 2021, we have now uploaded the soil scanner data free of charge in digital form to our agriPORT for over 1,600 customers in Germany, as well as in large parts of Eastern Europe. Read more

Interface from agriPORT to the JD Operation Center

Blog - Interface from agriPORT to the JD Operation Center | 03.11.2020
Data transfer is one of the toughest challenges in precision farming. With the new interface between agriPORT and JD Operation Center, application maps can be easily and quickly transferred directly to the machines. Read more

Interview: The autumn scan is part of the fertilization

Blog - Interview: The autumn scan is part of the fertilization | 13.09.2020
The AGRAR Dresdner Vorland has been working with the YARA N-Sensor for many years and has used it almost from the beginning to carry out an autumn scan as well. We met with operations manager Mirko Pietzsch and asked what benefits the autumn scan brings to the company. Read more

Nutrient deficiency: Nearly two thirds of all surfaces boast at least one blatant absencee

Blog - Nutrient deficiency: Nearly two thirds of all surfaces boast at least one blatant absencee | 19.08.2020
A good plant nutrition is the correct synergy of different nutrients. No nutrient should therefore be in abundance and no nutrient should be in deficiency. However, from the analysis of around 300,000 soil samples, we know that at least one (or more) nutrient(s) in content class A or B is present on around 60% of all areas we sampled. This is an unsustainable situation that we urgently need to change Read more

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