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Hobby drones are becoming valuable agronomy aids that won’t break the bank, says Agrovista’s Lewis McKerrow. Rapid developments in technology and processing software mean farmers can now use relatively cheap and simple drones for increasingly complex agronomic tasks. Drones costing less than £1000 can measure a range of crop parameters…

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CLAAS has developed a new touch screen display version of the user-friendly CEBIS, that will be available for the first time in the new AXION 900 and ARION 600/500 tractor series. The new CEBIS system includes the fully redesigned and high-resolution CEBIS terminal which has a 12-inch touch screen display.…

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LEMKEN’s most recent update of its popular Primus and Albatros trailed sprayers goes well beyond their more modernized exteriors: both technical implement features and handling have been substantially improved. The smaller entry-level Primus for professional arable farming has been completely overhauled inside and out. Controls are now arranged more clearly…

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On 4th July Newcastle University in partnership with the Precision Agriculture Alliance are hosting a grower-oriented UAV (drone) day at Cockle Park Farm. It’s an opportunity for visitors to interact with UAV manufacturers and agricultural service providers that deliver UAV products. Come along and find out what a UAV actually…

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The EASY on board app from CLAAS has received official AEF certification as an ISOBUS terminal. This app is the first, and so far only, app for a tablet PC and can be used to operate any ISOBUS implement. The Agricultural Industry Electronics Foundation (AEF) has certified two functionalities of…

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