Taranis, the AI-powered crop intelligence leader, is pleased to announce that its Board of Directors has appointed Opher Flohr as Chief Executive Officer, succeeding Bar Veinstein.
Taranis, the AI-powered crop intelligence leader, is pleased to announce the release of its new Field Timeline. Ag advisors now have access to an innovative tool that helps them better plan and manage their season with a complete timeline of insights and trends. Users can view this data in a single dashboard as the season unfolds, gaining insight into stand counts, weed pressure, disease detection, insect pressure, and field health.
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.”
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“With fungal diseases carrying on from year to year, especially on continuous soybean fields, taking account of the major diseases from past season can help inform disease management decisions for 2023,” said Idan Harary, Agronomy team leader at Taranis. Data from 2021 shows that in the US and Ontario, Canada, 5.8% of potential soybean yield was lost due to diseases.
Taranis, the AI-powered crop intelligence leader, is pleased to announce the launch of AcreForward, a new offering to help ag retailers drive more value from every acre. It provides unprecedented leaf-level insights into growers’ crops at higher frequency throughout the season and captures opportunities in every acre, including new insights into soil health and carbon sequestration.