By Steve Mercer, USW Vice President of Communications
No two wheat fields in the world are alike. The fact is, there can be wide variations within a field or even a very small sections of a field.
Not that long ago, farmers had limited ability to change production strategies in ways that more directly correlated with this natural variability. Now, however, farmers in the United States and around the world have high-technology systems that allow them to instantly adjust seed, fertilizer and crop protection inputs with near pinpoint accuracy, ensuring the right rates are applied or seeded in the right location while on the go in their field. Read the rest of this article here.