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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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about 1 year ago

New record keeping requirements for 2,4-D applications

As of 3 October 2018, new 2,4-D label instructions have come into effect, as mandated by the Australian Pest and Veterinary Medicine Authority (APVMA). Old labels have been suspended effective immediately and users of 2,4-D must comply with the new...

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about 1 year ago

PCT Satamap integration into Agworld

Agworld and PCT Agcloud are proud to announce the integration of Satamap into Agworld.

This integration will offer Agworld users the opportunity to view the latest Satamap Vegetation Index (SVI) of their farm on Agworld’s web and mobile platform. SVI...

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about 1 year ago Reinder Prins

Detailed Record Keeping Key in Precision Farming and Finance

When farmers think about precision agriculture most will automatically think about the geospatially based sub-field agronomic management side of ‘precision agriculture’. With increasingly compressed margins due to higher input costs, low commodity...

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about 1 year ago

Data visibility in a diversified operation

A late start of the season

Peter Ettridge, together with his father Tom and stockman James Roberts, farms around 1,880 hectares just west of Frankland River in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, part of which is leased land. The 2018 crops...

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about 1 year ago

Redesigned Maps Feature in Agworld

We at Agworld have recently redesigned our maps page to be more interactive and informative. In addition to a range of under the hood changes to make it faster, the maps page is now a central hub for up to date agronomic and financial information for...

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about 1 year ago Reinder Prins

Are you using your soil to its full potential?

Harvest is progressing across most parts of the U.S. and those growers who aren’t already harvesting are gearing up to start soon. In a few months, the crops will have been harvested, the fields will be bare, and the equipment will be serviced and...

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about 1 year ago Reinder Prins

Southern Dirt Spring field day highlights importance of Data

The Southern Dirt grower group, an innovative farm technology and trials group based in the South West of Western Australia, held their annual spring field day in Kojonup this week. The field day was well attended with around 70 growers and industry...

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about 1 year ago

Information is key, from planning to harvest

Crosshill Farms

Gary Buller farms approx. 12,500 acres just west of Bruce Rock in the Eastern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia. In a normal year Gary grows a mix of wheat, barley, lupins, peas and canola in a rotation next to running a flock of...

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