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agriPORT 5.0 knowledge transfer in various workshops

News - 23.06.2022 - 25th anniversary is celebrated with brand new precision farming software platform
During the 25th anniversary of the Agricon, the new generation of agriPORT was presented and introduced. The version 5.0 is brand new developed system dedicated to professional arable farms. Precision Farming Solutions are the heart of it and it provides an independent and holistic solution for all farming operations. mehr

agriOS: New update 1.6.3.0 available!

News - 03.01.2022 - agriOS: New update 1.6.3.0 available!
Our terminal software agriOS has been updated. This update is now available for our customers and can be installed independently. Included are the following changes and improvements. mehr

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New process not only saves money

Blog - 23.03.2019 - New process not only saves money
Plant nutrition and protection has been possible with Agricon modules for some time now. Now the company is going one step further. Read more

Site specific application of fungicides

Blog - 18.03.2019 - Site specific application of fungicides
Substantial cost pressure, the emergence of resistances, bans on agents, stricter legal regulations and social criticism pose major challenges to our crop protection industry. The right dosage for different sub-areas or plant populations can help the agribusinesses. The benefits of a stock-dependent dosage for fungicides have now been scientifically investigated for the first time and the effects quantified. Read more

Sense and nonsense of digitalization in crop production

Blog - 12.03.2019 - Sense and nonsense of digitalization in crop production
In the public debate on agricultural digitalization, many (self-proclaimed) "experts" make public statements. However, they are more often confusing than contributing to factual solutions. It is therefore time to bring order and system into this discussion - with facts! Read more

Downed - when trials go wrong

Blog - 01.03.2019 - Downed - when trials go wrong
The number of practice-relevant experiments on sensor-controlled nitrogen fertilization is currently still relatively low. On-farm research is therefore urgently needed. The trials are subject to clear principles and rules. If these are not observed or violated, results without general validity and unsuitable for publication. The research work of the Schleswig-Holstein Chamber of Agriculture is exemplary in this respect. Read more

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