Climate Insights Archive


September 15, 2014
5 Data Tips For A Great Harvest

At this point in the year most of the growing season is behind you. Now that the end is in sight, it’s time to see the payoff for all your hard work and planning. We’ve pulled ...


September 13, 2014
See you at the Molly Caren Ag Center

Are you going the Molly Caren Agricultural Center near London, Ohio? Well, we’ll be there from Tuesday September 16 to Thursday September 18. Please stop by at 275 Equipment Ave ...


September 11, 2014
Future Radar now on your mobile device

Over the next month or so, you will be very busy in the field with harvest. When you’re out harvesting and you see a storm approaching, wouldn’t it be great to know if its comi...


September 3, 2014
See you at Husker Harvest Days

Are you going Husker Harvest Days? Well, please stop by at Lot 828 and learn more about Climate and our 2015 offerings. There will be lots of staff on hand to help you get your Cli...


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Last-Minute Checkup: Preparing To Collect Planting Data

It’s early on a March morning in southern Indiana and Andy Lowry is up before the sun with the same goal as many Midwest farmers – taking back time. When I catch him on the phone, he is in his tractor cab, busy spreading potash and manure across some of t

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Ground Control: How Digital Farming Can Help You Manage Variables

Following a rough year of tariff negotiations that saw soybean prices greatly decline and an extended harvest in the Midwest that kept many farmers in the fields until after Thanksgiving due to wet conditions, farmers are facing more uncontrollable variab

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Spring Forward: How Last Year’s Wet Fall Could Affect Planting Preparation

Due in large part to warm, dry conditions, last year’s harvest began earlier than normal in many areas of the Corn Belt, with some farmers harvesting in early September. However, harvest also continued later than expected for many growers, caused by satur

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