Data: Harvesting the Missing Pieces

January 2024 | 18 min., 46 sec.
by Charles Carter
Case IH

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​Data continue to have increased importance for agriculture. Traditional sources of data have included soil type/test, yield, fertilizer application, seeding/planting, machine health/productivity, and chemical application. Effective applications of data identify needed changes and inform decision making, resulting in actions such as operating machines at maximum efficiency.

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Charles CarterCharles Carter is the regional precision manager for Case IH and covers the southeastern United States.

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