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.
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.
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.
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!
Agrible’s product, Morning Farm Report, is now called Agrible. Everything lives under Agrible at agrible.com, rather than morningfarmreport.com—your Agrible account, tools, new features, and the best insights backed by our team of ag experts, world-class scientists, and meteorologists.
We've spent the last year developing a new look and feel for the website, upgrading the technology, and adding new features. We're excited to share these improvements with you to help with your decision-making throughout the season.
Congratulations to John Deere, as they have been awarded the Ag Data Transparent seal by certifying their John Deere Operations Center for privacy, security, and transparency!
Cool Farm Tool Adds Depth to Agrible’s Predictive Analytics Platform to Help Growers Make the Best Decisions Possible and Improve Productivity Globally
Champaign, Ill., February 20, 2018- In a move designed to enhance its services on a global scale, Agrible has partnered with Cool Farm Alliance (CFA) to bring Agrible’s Sustainable Sourcing platform to more growers around the world.
"Agrible is laying the foundation for the next generation of agricultural systems and technologies with partners like CFA to make farmers around the world more productive, profitable, and efficient. Access to globally-scalable services and technology to help farmers make more informed decisions is our passion and commitment,” said Jeff Peters, Agrible’s VP of Sustainability.
The challenge agriculture has ahead is increasing production while optimizing natural resource use. The goal of CFA’s Cool Farm Tool (CFT) is to enable millions of growers across the globe to make on-farm decisions using management options that reduce their environmental impact and improve their sustainability.
"We are excited to announce Agrible's membership in CFA. Our members see integration of the CFT with farm management software as a key enabler for scaling sustainability measurement and management in their supply chains, and we're delighted to start this process with Agrible,” said Simon Miller, General Manager at Cool Farm Alliance.
"This collaboration will enable reporting of The Sustainability Consortium (TSC) Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and is a big step forward in mobilizing data from farm to retail. Agrible and CFA are important partners in TSC’s commitment to solve for farm data connectivity and interoperability along supply chains. This addition to the Agrible platform will enable growers to have easy and flexible sustainability reporting of farm metrics to their customers and ultimately to TSC’s retail KPI’s, a win-win,” said Christy Slay, Ph.D., Director, Research at The Sustainability Consortium.
Agrible’s platform brings real-time agronomy to the farm by forecasting agronomics, yields, and nutrient requirements in real-time. Growers can finally get in front of production by making profitable and sustainable decisions at the same time. This better understanding of agronomy promotes the most efficient and profitable ways to grow crops on the farm.
“We call the linking of our real-time agronomics with sustainability systems like the CFT, real-time sustainability- a first in agriculture. Agrible’s platform is the only platform to be able to offer this new science to growers. We are also excited to offer this to more growers for more crops across the world,” said Agrible’s Chief Science Officer, Paul S. Miller, Ph.D.
Adding the Cool Farm Alliance sustainability metrics to Agrible’s predictive analytics and service recommendations including early alert systems for nutrient and disease management helps in the larger commitment to ensure the sustainability of agriculture, globally. Agrible has sustainably sourced 50 million bushels of grain with their platform and is fast approaching 1 million acres, and currently has over 13,000 users across 6 different countries who will benefit from this global partnership.
Agrible’s mission is to analyze and provide agronomic information using science and technology to transform results into globally useful knowledge. We give all agricultural communities the insights, services, and connections to make their decisions easy and sustainable and their operations seamless. Connecting parts of this larger agricultural community to each other through our platform is important to us and is something we do. Join us in our evolution of agriculture.™ Learn more at http://www.agrible.com/.
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Jeff Peters VP of Sustainability
“I really want to make the land better than what it was for the future—for future generations who will also impact this soil and these crops, but also for future consumers.”
Champaign, Ill., January 09, 2018- It’s a new year, which means new market challenges. Full service retailers are searching for ways to differentiate themselves and demonstrate value in the marketplace, while also trying to connect with an evolving customer base that wants easy access to information and professional services at the touch of a button. That’s where Agrible® comes in.
Agrible was a natural fit. He’s been following the evolution of Agrible over the last couple of years, and is excited for the opportunity to join the team and help revolutionize the way that critical weather information is delivered to the world of agriculture.
Agrible employees, Paul Miller and Tim Kuehlhorn, will join other panelists at the iHotel in Champaign, Illinois to talk about Big Data and agricultural technology at this year’s Big Data Summit. Both panelists will touch on how Agrible’s Morning Farm Report software works, which helps farmers with their every day sustainability practices in order to ensure their crops are responsibly grown.