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20-inch Trouble?

Recent Taranis insights uncovered some unsettling imagery we can all learn from. This particular field was planted in 20-inch row spacing. “…20-inch row spacing in …

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Taranis Illinois Experiences and Hopes for the 2022 Growing Season

Listen here:   While this may be Brett Harrision and Toby Behmer’s first growing seasons with Taranis, combined, the two Illinois Regional Sales Managers have …

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Mother Nature takes Farmers on a Wild Weather Roller Coaster Ride

Listen here:   Throughout the month of May, Farmers in the Midwest are riding Mother Nature’s wild weather roller coaster. At times, the ride this …

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Mother Nature Opens Planting Window

  Listen here:   What a difference a week can make! After hearing the desperate pleas from farmers across the Midwest, Mother Nature finally decided …

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Mother Nature Proving to Have Cold and Wet Feet this Planting Season

  Listen here:   April showers usually bring May flowers – and planters rolling across the Midwest – but not this year. According to this …

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Why Technology of Tomorrow May Already be Operating in Some Fields Today

Another Midwest-based ag tech company is Taranis. Based in Indiana, Taranis works with ag retailers to use precision technology and drones to scout fields. “We bring insights, …

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Technology is the Future

Technology is the Future: Why Technology of Tomorrow May Already be Operating in Some Fields Today By Tyne Morgan – Robots swarming and taking over …

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Monitoring crop emergence during COVID-19 pandemic

What does the COVID-19 pandemic mean for farming? No pressure, but it means that this year’s crop is more critical than ever. There is already …

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