Using artificial intelligence in ag
The Climate Corporation is developing new digital tools that utilize artificial intelligence to help farmers diagnose plant diseases more quickly, assist in seed selection decisions and further refine fertility prescriptions.
Climate Corp. last month announced 17 advancements in its fast-moving digital agriculture research and development pipeline that will apply its analytics tools to a broader range of agronomic decisions.
“With digital agriculture, things change so quickly people are always asking what’s next,” said Brian Lutz, yield analytics lead for the Climate Corp., a subsidiary of Monsanto. “In the last couple of years, we have had tremendous success in connecting the cab and helping farmers get all of their data in one place. Now, we can go beyond just having your data all in one place and derive...
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