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about 19 hours ago Reinder Prins

Centralization is becoming key

This last week I had the pleasure of visiting a variety of growers and agronomists in South Australia. With 100+ degree temperatures, 20+ mph winds and enough flies to drive me crazy, I witnessed one of South Australia’s earliest harvests. Most growers...

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15 days ago Josh Lay

Improving your reading experience

A few weeks ago I wrote a blog post about inclusive design and the role it plays within Agworld’s principles of design. One of the main facets of inclusive design that our users provide us feedback on, tends to be the ability to increase text size...

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18 days ago

Agworld celebrates 10 year anniversary

This past Saturday, October 19th, Agworld celebrated its 10 year anniversary in Perth, Western Australia. With staff, clients and suppliers flying in from all parts of Australia, New Zealand and the USA, more than 100 people helped celebrate Agworld...

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28 days 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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6 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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7 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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7 months ago Doug Fitch

Vision and Viability in Agtech

It has been nearly two years since I published my thoughts about ‘building your own’ and, as the topic is still as relevant now as it was back then, I think it is time for a follow-up article to see what has changed since August 2017. What we saw a...

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7 months ago Matt Powell

What happens with my data?

What happens with my data?

This is a question that we get asked often, and with good reason. Agricultural software users are seeing a landscape with many providers and dynamics that change almost by the day. Most Farm Management or Farm ERP Software...

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8 months ago Reinder Prins

20/20 vision in agriculture; need a new prescription?

Anyone that wears glasses, or contacts like I do, will be familiar with the feeling of getting a new set of glasses with improved correction and no scratches; oh man, doesn’t that make everything look clearer! It is this exact feeling that was described...

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8 months ago

Agworld features in 2019 Thrive Top 50

Agworld is excited to announce that, for a second year running, the Thrive Agtech & SVG Ventures team has selected Agworld as part of the prestigious Thrive Top 50. The organization behind Thrive, in collaboration with EY, Corteva, Land O’Lakes, Driscoll...

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8 months ago Josh Lay

Continually improving user experiences

Agworld started back in 2009 and a couple of years later Apple released its first iPad. It didn’t take long for Agworld to understand the opportunities that an iPad can offer our users, which paved the way for creating the first ‘Agworld for iPad’...

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9 months ago Reinder Prins

Using data in winter crop planting

Plant ’19 is getting closer every day and I’m sure that many growers throughout the Midwest will be working hard to ensure that their planting equipment is ready for another period of intense use. In Australia, Harvest ’19 for summer crops has been...

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9 months ago Zach Sheely

Planting records – the start of a record harvest?

As the record low temperatures are starting to ease up a bit, a lot of growers will only have one thing on their mind: planting time is coming closer. Except for Texas, of course, they have been making us envious with ‘plant19’ hashtags on Twitter...

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