Precision Points, an ag tech podcast from Precision Ag Reviews, examines precision agriculture technology and its impact for growers like you. Finding unbiased information about precision technology can be tricky, so we have created a crowd-sourced review forum of precision ag technology. We explore and evaluate precision ag tools and technology from the soil to the sky, with your host, Morgan Seger.
The #1 AgTech Trend You Should Know About with John Fulton (Plus the Latest Precision Ag Research and Tech Tips for Harvest)
In this episode, host Morgan Seger chats with John Fulton, professor in the Food, Agriculture and Biological Engineering Department at The Ohio State University, about the latest precision ag research he’s involved in, digital ag trends, and advice for how farmers can be prepping for harvest and what they should be doing now for spring 2023.
Resources mentioned in this episode:
Yield Monitor Calibration Quick Start Guides - https://digitalag.osu.edu/precision-ag/research-focuses/harvest-technologies eFields On-Farm Research Publication - https://digitalag.osu.edu/efields-about 25 Proven Practices To Help Maximize Planter Technology ROI - https://mailchi.mp/precisionagreviews/planter-tech-eguide Connect with:
Precision Ag Reviews - Twitter or Facebook Morgan Seger - Twitter John Fulton - Twitter
Ep. 49: Eliminating Chemicals in Farming with Robotics
In Episode 49 of Precision Points, Morgan connects with Clint Brauer, CEO and founder of Greenfield Robotics. Clint shares how his company uses small, autonomous robots for weed control in farming. With an interesting background, Clint brings new ideas and solutions to agriculture while also considering how farmers can participate and be rewarded for their regenerative efforts. Show notes are available at Precision Ag Reviews.
Ep. 48: Growing Together - The Ambassador Program
In Episode 48 of Precision Points, we roll out our Precision Ag Reviews Ambassador Program. This program is designed to share hands-on experiences with precision ag products and services from growers across the country. In this episode, we introduce you to two members of our ambassador team, Joshlin Yoder of Missouri and Austin Heil of Ohio. They share their diversified backgrounds, how they determine ROI on their farms, what technologies they are watching, and more. The show notes for this episode are available at Precision Ag Reviews.
Ep. 47: Using Artificial Intelligence to Create Agronomic Plans
In Episode 47 of Precision Points, host Morgan Seger chats with Matt Rohlik, director of sales and strategic partnerships with Arva Intelligence. Arva Intelligence is a data analytics platform, and in their conversation they discuss how Arva uses artificial intelligence to create cropping plans by environment. Matt also sheds light on the strategic partnerships taking place to best serve their customers and highlights what they are doing to help growers capture real value from their carbon offsets. Show notes are available at Precision Ag Reviews.
Ep. 46: Getting the Most Out of Your Equipment
Knowing where and how to get started is often the hardest part of making your first, or next, precision ag decision. In episode 46 of Precision Points, Jesse Chisholm, Director of Sales for North America with Trimble Agriculture, walks us through what Trimble is doing to help growers make those decisions. We then discuss the challenges we’re seeing in the 2022 markets and how we can better navigate these using precision ag.
Ep. 45: Dry Fertilizer Flow Sensors with John Fulton
In episode 45 of Precision Points, host Morgan Seger has a conversation with Dr. John Fulton from The Ohio State University. With uncommonly high fertilizer prices going into this planting season, John shares the work he is doing to ensure growers get the most out of their dry fertilizer applications through flow sensors. This data collection tool allows growers to access real-time feedback on their unit performance and make adjustments on the go to ensure the most accurate fertilizer placement, coupled with an as-applied map to carry that data throughout the season. John also shares some of the key learnings from the 2021 research that was completed which can be accessed at digitalag.osu.edu. Our full show notes for this episode are available at Precision Ag Reviews.