We’re 100% focused on helping advisors demonstrate value for growers and build better relationships through full-service, leaf-level insights.TARANIS FOR ADVISORS
Scout from anywhere and prioritize the farms that require the most attention.
Get timely insights to accelerate decision-making and validate recommendations.
Show growers how to maximize yield to improve planning and boost their bottom line.
Trusted advisors are expected to see the big picture yet know the details. Cover more fields with greater efficiency using data-driven insights about your growers and their crops.SEE HOW IT WORKS
Create the best experience for every grower and every field, while we take care of the heavy lifting with full, end-to-end service.
Understand crop start, weed severity, disease, insect damage, and nutrient deficiencies—in season and after the season.
Communicate with confidence, bringing visual, clear insights and action plans tailored specifically to your growers.
Taranis is leading the AI-powered crop intelligence revolution, combining high-end tech with expert agronomy.
Full service before, during, and after the season, backed by unmatched technology and deep ag expertise.
Submillimeter image resolution of every acre, collected by drones and delivered right to your fingertips—wherever you are.
Deep AI and machine learning, trained by 200M+ data points and continuously optimized by our team of experts.
The Women Managing the Farm conference is focused on providing resources and networking opportunities that aid in the management of the farm for both on-farm owners and managers and absentee owners, alike, and hosts more than 250 registrants from around the U.S. each January.
As the global population is on the rise, the expectations from farmers to grow about 70% more food continues to remain front line. Leading the discussion around Taranis’ AcreForward technology is Mike DiPaola, Chief Commercial Officer.
To understand why this is an exciting new option, consider what it's like to be a modern row crop farmer. These independent businesspeople are often tending several thousand acres of land in dozens of fields spread over an even larger area because much of it is rented ground not adjoining the “home place.”