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1 day ago Chris Booth

A focus on the future for Australia’s oldest field days

Last week saw the Yorke Peninsula Field Days take place in Paskeville, South Australia; this three-day biennial event is about everything agriculture-related on a 30-hectare static display site area. Agworld once again attended and we were hosted by...

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14 days ago Zach Sheely

Technology, Cotton Go Hand In Hand

I am blessed to be a fourth-generation farmer and a second-generation California farmer. My parents, Ted and Deborah Sheely, moved to California from Arizona to farm cotton in California’s Central Valley in the 1970s. We are south of Fresno and receive...

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21 days ago Josh Lay

Inclusive Design

Smartphone and tablet applications, or apps as we all know them, have become an integral part of most people’s lives. Whether it pertains to entertainment, banking, news or anything else we might do in either our jobs or private lives; apps can play...

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27 days ago Judah Cofer

Seeing digital tools working

Agworld was part of another successful edition of Husker Harvest Days in Grand Island, NE last week. Husker Harvest Days - the world’s largest working farm show - is one of the most popular agricultural events in the US and I enjoyed attending as...

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Agworld expaning team, Emily Mertes and Jayme Coleman
3 months ago

Agworld expands team to support growth

Agworld has seen significant growth in its global customer base over the last 12 months, especially in the USA. In order to support this growth, Agworld has recently hired a number of staff locally in Colorado to bolster the team and ensure Agworld...

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3 months ago Chris Booth

Creating visibility with multi-spectral imagery

With multi-spectral imagery, such as NDVI and many other variants, becoming more and more popular among growers and agronomists, we decided to add a layer of imagery to the Agworld platform at the end of 2018. After careful consideration, Agworld opted...

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3 months ago

Using your data for farm risk management

What are the risks I am exposing myself to? Which macro-economic factors can start playing a role in my operation in years to come? These are questions that farmers around Australia ask themselves on a daily basis, as being successful on the land revolves...

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4 months ago Charles DuBourg

Using data to drive orchard automation

Automating orchard operations has been a goal of fruit growers for a long time and indeed, orchards are a lot more automated now than they were 50 years ago. Tractors, specific implements and many other machines are now commonplace in orchards and...

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4 months ago Zach Sheely

Cutting-edge Technology in Kings County

Over half of the countries fruits, vegetables, and nuts are grown in the Central Valley of California and it is known for being one of the most productive regions in the world. It is, therefore, no surprise that the Central Valley is home to new and...

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4 months ago Josh Lay

Redesigning an App - Agworld 5.0

Since we launched the new Agworld for iPhone app two months ago, we’ve had a lot of feedback from our users - for which we’re very grateful! Most comments were very positive, especially on how the iPhone and iPad apps are a lot more similar now, which...

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5 months ago Charles DuBourg

Exporting fruit or data?

With an increasing number of Free Trade Agreements (FTA) getting signed by the Australian government and our trading partners, the export market is becoming ever more important for fruit growers. The Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership...

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5 months ago

Agworld and KCoe Isom strengthen market driven solutions

Agworld and K·Coe Isom have worked together closely over the last 15 months to develop a more comprehensive solution for the management, planning, operations and financial tracking of grower enterprises. To date, both companies have seen very strong...

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6 months ago Zach Sheely

Fertilizing for Success

With planting slowly starting across some parts of the country, other areas are still reeling from heavy rain, and the northern states even expect more snow this week. What all these areas seem to have in common however is that time for ground prep...

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