Dive into the Fall 2017 Issue of AGCO Performance Agronomy

Read how high-speed technology – from data transfer to faster drills – can improve productivity and profits in the digital Fall 2017 issue of AGCO’s Performance Agronomy, now online.

High-tech cover of Fall 2017 issue of AGCO’s Performance Agronomy with data stream image.
October 6, 2017 by Performance Agronomy

Dive into the Fall 2017 Issue of AGCO Performance Agronomy

Read how high-speed technology – from data transfer to faster drills – can improve productivity and profits in the digital Fall 2017 issue of AGCO’s Performance Agronomy, now online.

The fall issue of AGCO’s Performance Agronomy is available online and it’s FREE. Learn about the latest in high-speed data transfer and management, boosting profits by banding nutrients and more. Also, see what was learned in the plots in the preliminary wrap-up of the 2017 AGCO Crop Tour.

Go online to READ THE DIGITAL FALL 2017 ISSUE OF PERFORMANCE AGRONOMY as well as INDIVIDUAL ARTICLES, WEB-EXCLUSIVE RESOURCES AND VIDEOSall on AGCOCropCare.com.

Highlights include:

NEED FOR SPEED WITH WIRELESS DATA

As farms continue to grow in size, farmers need efficient ways to collect and transfer agronomic data from those acres at key times in the season. We discuss the bottlenecks that happen and why timely data transfer is so important.

FASTER DATA EQUALS BETTER DECISIONS

Read how a precision farming coordinator in Illinois helps his customers manage their data collection and transfer wirelessly so that decisions, prescriptions and even delivery of inputs like fertilizer can happen faster.

BAND FERTILIZER AT PLANTING FOR BETTER ROI

Trials show that banding starter nutrients when planting wheat can increase yields with lower input costs.

AGCO Solutions

AGCO is even better equipped to help farmers be productive when they are PUTTING DATA TO WORK, via our alliances with Farmobile, Aglytix and other high-tech partners. We’ve also introduced the HIGHLY CONFIGURABLE SUNFLOWER NARROW-TRANSPORT HIGH-SPEED AIR DRILL, which is versatile enough to manage residue, while handling a wide range of seed sizes for use planting wheat in the fall and soybeans in the spring.

2017 CROP TOUR WRAP-UP

In this and every issue of Performance Agronomy, we bring news from the AGCO Crop Tour program, which wrapped up for 2017 with several successful on-farm events in August and will be logging final harvest results from hundreds of acres on multiple sites soon. CHECK BACK OFTEN AT AGCOCROPCARE.COM for web-exclusive stories, videos and results.

See these articles and all the Summer Performance Agronomy stories, videos and more web-exclusive content, ON OUR WEBSITE.

Written by: Marilyn Cummins

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