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6 days ago Doug Fitch

2020 - When being Paperless matters

As I’m writing this, the COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly getting out of control in many parts of the world. Across the USA, a number of lockdown measures have been enacted, which means in a lot of cases that only those in professions deemed critical...

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22 days ago Doug Fitch

Agtech - where Expertise matters

This article was first published by Precisionag.com

As Agworld celebrated its 10th year of doing business last year, I’ve had many conversations about our critical success factors and what shapes us as an organization. There weren’t nearly as many...

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New Agworld Staff, Collin Scheer and Adam Jungwirth
8 months ago

Agworld expands US team capacity

With the continued demand rising for access to Agworld Platform, which covers well over 130 million managed acres, and a continued desire to remain number one in customer service, Agworld continues to recruit more top talent and expand the global success...

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Agworld expaning team, Emily Mertes and Jayme Coleman
8 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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9 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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9 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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9 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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10 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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10 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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11 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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