“…20-inch row spacing in corn has shown to provide a comparable yield and even a yield advantage to the typical 30-inch row spacing. If narrow row spacing is feasible, there could be benefits for both corn and soybean yields, as well as benefits for weed control and soil moisture retention. Narrow row spacing will require alterations to existing equipment or alternative methods for harvesting and possibly pesticide applications.” – Iowa State University
Better than a birds-eye-view, Taranis insights deliver the agronomist-view, helping growers and their retailer partners identify and pinpoint field issues and inconsistencies, so the team can hone in on the missed management opportunities or equipment malfunctions at the root of the problem.
From wet-weather spraying to timely scouting, drones are not only proving their efficacy but paving a path for rural entrepreneurship and the next generation on the farm.