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Is digitalization the 'magical solution'?

Blog - Is digitalization the 'magical solution'? | 12.11.2019
Why does society no longer trust agriculture - but still trust the individual farmer? What are the reasons for this and can digitalization help to regain the lack of trust? Read more

Precision in corn production

Blog - Precision in corn production | 18.10.2019
Strategies in corn cultivation are continuously optimized. Nevertheless, it still poses a number of economic, ecological and political challenges. Digital processes can increase the efficiency of maize production and at the same time conserve natural resources. Read more

Site specific application of growth regulators

Blog - Site specific application of growth regulators | 06.09.2019
With a constant application of growth regulators, weak stands are treated up to 4 times overdosed. For large populations, less than half the application rate remains. In unfavorable situations, this leads to repeated lodging in the high yield zones and yield losses in the low yield zones. Growth regulators therefore have to be applied site specifically. Read more

Knowledge beats technology

Blog - Knowledge beats technology | 06.08.2019
With precision farming, the partial areas of a field are worked with pinpoint precision. Peer Leithold and his company Agricon intend to automate this process and digitize crop cultivation. He started this process 20 years ago. Read more

Precision Farming with N-Sensor or Satellite?

Blog - Precision Farming with N-Sensor or Satellite? | 22.07.2019
Since the availability of Sentinel 2 pictures, various offers for the use of this data have come onto the market. With the new (mostly free) digital tools, farmers should be able to increase their yields and save on fertilizers and pesticides. This raises the question of what other raisons d'être the N-Sensor has? Read more

Ladies' doubles relies on digitization

Blog - Ladies' doubles relies on digitization | 06.06.2019
Simone and Maria Klein run an arable farm in Unstruttal. When compensating for uneven harvest quality due to highly heterogeneous soils, both farmers rely on site-specific fertilisation and show that Precision Farming can also pay off in small and medium-sized agricultural enterprises. Read more

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