Agrible Scales to Success, Recipient of Field to Market Sustainability Award

Champaign, Ill. – November 14, 2018 – A locally led multi-stakeholder program designed to improve the sustainability of winter wheat production in the Southern Plains took top honors last night as the 2018 Collaboration of the Year at the Field to Market Sustainability Leadership Awards Ceremony in Denver, Colo.

Agrible welcomes Royd Amias!

Agrible welcomes Royd Amias!

Royd was born in the city of Chicago and grew up in the Rogers Park neighborhood a block away from Lake Michigan. He graduated from the Devry Institute of Technology with a BS in Electronics Engineering Technology. His focus was on electrical theory and electronic product design practices from schematic capture, embedded software development, and circuit design.

Agrible's #FeatureFriday

Agrible's #FeatureFriday

Happy Friday! 

Today we're highlighting Agrible's Maps: More ways to view your information.

  • National-level data

  • Current and future Doppler radar for US

  • State, Agricultural Statistics District, or county rainfall comparisons

  • Average yield, low yield, and high yield

  • Plant available water and the percentage

  • Today’s soil moisture status

  • Field work conditions 12 days out

  • Growing conditions: conventional, organic, certified

  • Beehives, specialty crops, fruits and vegetables, etc.

Tractor Time by Agrible® now boasts even more accurate field workability status and soil temperature predictions

Tractor Time by Agrible® now boasts even more accurate field workability status and soil temperature predictions

Tractor Time now boasts even more accurate field workability status and soil temperature predictions, especially for your no-till and minimum-till fields. While there are various economic and environmental advantages to conservation till systems, we recognize the challenges that arise when managing such fields.

Is the weather bugging your crops?

Is the weather bugging your crops?

Dave Pike, Ph.D.
Senior Scientist

Andrew Pritchard  
Meteorologist      

The tropical storm that passed up through Alabama to Michigan on the 29th and 30th of May could have had a message for the crops along its path. Dense and fast moving storms like Alberto have winds capable of dislodging insects and disease spores from host crops or plants in the Gulf Coast states and then depositing them in the heavy rains dropped on corn and soybean fields as it moved north.

Agrible's #FeatureFriday

Agrible's #FeatureFriday

Today we're highlighting Agrible's Hail Events: Alerts that notify you when one of your fields has been hit by hail.

Hail Events provide post-event email alerts of hail that has fallen on a field that was added to your Agrible account. Hail Events are triggered at the field-specific level, and provide the probability of the hail event, the size of the hail stones, the density pattern of the hail, the duration of the hail event, and what the current crop growth stage is for the crop.