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Put Your Data To Work For You: Using The R7 Tool And FMT

Jul 06, 2020



Nobody knows your farm as well as you do, but the R7® Tool can give you a whole new perspective to tackle new challenges and opportunities. Personalized to fit your fields, the R7® suite of tools combines powerful data with localized insights, giving you everything from a birds-eye view of your operation to zeroing in on micronutrients your crops might be lacking in, all helping you win in the field. Utilize the R7® Tool in-season for scouting, locate areas within the field for tissue samples, monitor crop health daily, prioritize fields for input applications, identify struggling acres for quick decisions. 


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FOCUS SCOUTING EFFORTS WITH AG TECH TOOLS 

Spring and early summer are always busy for farmers. But things get even more hectic when the season is condensed, as it is for many this year. With so much to do and little time to do it, scouting fields tends to become a lower priority. Ag technology tools can help you target areas that may need extra attention, saving you valuable time.




 

WHAT CAN BIOMASS TELL YOU ABOUT YOUR CROP’S HEALTH?

Field scouting usually begins even before any equipment hits the field and continues until the last crop is harvested. You invest a lot of time checking on your crops to stay ahead of potential challenges that could threaten yield. Adding technology tools, including the R7 Field Monitoring Tool, can help improve scouting efficiency by measuring a plant’s biomass accumulation to compare plant health across fields.



 

  

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