Today we’re highlighting Agrible’s Weather Story. In addition to videos, there are now articles that focus on short-term, high-impact weather events occurring over high-producing agricultural areas.
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.
Whether or not you’re a fan of beer, it’s impossible to deny how universally popular beer is in social circles around the globe. Even so, it never occurred to me to reflect on how much of an international celebrity beer is until I began a world tour of barley fields, generously hosted by AB InBev's local agronomists.
Sowjanya is from Hyderabad, India. She studied computer science at the University of Illinois, Springfield, where she received her master’s degree. Her interest and career in computer science began back in 2005 and has led her to Agrible as an Infrastructure Software Engineer.
Today we're highlighting Agrible's Maps: More ways to view your information.
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.
With Pocket Drone Control, you can streamline the process of surveying your fields for damage after a storm like this one and move forward with an insurance claim if necessary.
She completed her undergraduate degree and masters in the UK at the University of Leeds, with a junior year abroad here at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
Sales Account Manager
From planting to harvest, let Agrible’s tools be with you every step of the way! Pocket Drone Control makes drones easy to use and rapidly delivers field-level images so you can make decisions for your farm on the spot.
This week we celebrate “National Pollinator Week”, which was designed to bring awareness to pollinators and the important role they play in our ecosystem.
Agrible’s mobile apps connect directly to your Agrible account to deliver information to your mobile device so you can see what’s critical across your entire farm operation and make decisions on the spot.
Agrible® Engineer, Jude Holscher, had a green view for miles from his sprayer last week as he stepped away from the office to help out at his other full-time job—the farm!
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.
Dave Pike, Ph.D.
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.
The leading digital rain gauge app, Pocket Rain Gauge, is being used all across the country! Users are quickly checking to see how much rainfall occurred at their farms in the last 24 hours.
As the 2018 planting season comes to an end in the US, it’s a good time to take a look at what the upcoming summer growing season may have in store for us.
Agrible's Spray Smart tool helps you prevent off-target movement of herbicides at a field-level. Spray Smart delivers field-specific spraying conditions, including current wind speed and direction, temperature inversion presence, hourly weather conditions, and pollinator safety for all fields in your Agrible account.
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.
Agrible, Inc. has launched an improved website featuring a new look and feel, upgraded technology, and new features designed to help growers and retailers with proactive decision-making both during and in between growing seasons.
The impact on agriculture from hail can be severe, but varies widely depending on the time of year that it occurs and the corresponding growth stage of the affected crops.
Happy Friday! We’re excited to share our latest updates with you today. Along with a new look and feel for the website, and upgrades to the technology, we’ve also added new features within your Agrible account to help with your decision-making throughout the growing season. Check back here every Friday for feature updates!