Read the Summer 2017 Issue of AGCO Performance Agronomy
With a focus on field imagery and all things tillage, the digital Summer 2017 edition of AGCO’s Performance Agronomy is now online along with related web-exclusive resource lists and videos.
Read the Summer 2017 Issue of AGCO Performance AgronomyWith a focus on field imagery and all things tillage, the digital Summer 2017 edition of AGCO’s Performance Agronomy is now online along with related web-exclusive resource lists and videos.
The summer issue of AGCO’s Performance Agronomy is available online and it’s FREE. Check out the latest on fall tillage practices and the newest tillage implements, imagery and drone applications in agriculture. Also, learn more about precision agriculture with the latest AGCO Crop Tour update.
The Summer 2017 issue of Performance Agronomy is online as a DIGITAL EDITION and as individual articles—plus web-exclusive Performance Agronomy resources and videos —all on AGCOCropCare.com.
With eyes in the sky and boots on the ground, farmers have more data than ever with which to make decisions. We look at how imagery research works with scouting and on-farm data to help bring the whole picture into focus.
New university studies on how different tillage methods impact soil warming and health help answer producer questions while they make plans for fall tillage.
Tillage experts offer advice on how to prepare the ultimate seedbed with fewer trips to the field.
AGCO Sunflower® tillage equipment offers a wide range of choices for every soil type and cropping system. In “VERTICAL TILLAGE WITH AN EDGE,” read about how the serrated Saber blades of the Sunflower 6600 Series Vertical Tillage System cut through crop residue and help prepare the seedbed fall and spring. More “VERSATILE TILLAGE TOOLS” —the 4700 Series In-Line Ripper and the 4600 Series Disc Ripper—are highlighted in this article, which allow producers to adjust the equipment to match changing soil conditions and tillage goals.
In this and every issue of Performance Agronomy, we bring news from the AGCO Crop Tour Program, now in full swing with crops up and growing in plots across multiple Midwest locations. Look for a location near you for one of the August Crop Tour events.
See these articles and all the Summer Performance Agronomy stories, videos and more web-exclusive content, on the AGCO Crop Care website.
Written by: Marilyn Cummins