Modern corn and soybean products have an estimated genetic yield potential of 600 bushels per acre and 200 bushels per acre, respectively.
This genetic potential, coupled with technology platforms to ensure the correct genetics and rates are placed in precise locations, have consistently elevated crop production over time.
These benefits are widely understood. However, many technologies such as predictive modeling, sensors and imagery are relatively new in the space of agriculture, and harnessing insights to consistently improve production has been elusive.
Utilizing various types of sensors and imagery to...