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and should remain the property of the farmer. The country's largest farm group hosted a meeting in April in Kansas City, Mo., with Monsanto, DuPont Pioneer, Deere Co. and other agricultural companies to agree upon a set of standards to protect data gleaned from growers' fields.While participants during the daylong meeting agreed the data belongs to the farmer, they still need to reach a consensus on how the information can be shared. More meetings are planned this spring.Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said last month that even though he is optimistic the burgeoning amount of farm data could help farmers grow more while helping the environment by reducing the amount of fertilizer and water being used, companies need to be do more to quell industry concerns."Agribusiness needs to be deeply concerned about the skepticism that most folks have about the privacy that is associated with the decisions that they make or information that is gathered on their farm," Vilsack said.$20 billion marketAfter decades of growth generated predominately from sales of seeds and chemicals, DuPont and Monsanto have made acquisitions and engaged in partnerships to grow their data technology business, hoping to gain an early advantage over their competitors in the promising field. Monsanto has estimated the market for providing farm data analysis could be worth $20 billion a year."This is just another component of where each organization can differentiate and try to get ahead," said Paul Schickler, president of DuPont Pioneer. "Whatever we can do to bring more information and predictability and knowledge . the better we can do in prediction of seed performance. That has been the holy grail for decades."DuPont Pioneer is rolling out a new data platform called Encirca to help growers use their data to improve crop production and assist them in better using seed, nitrogen and water.DuPont also has struck an agreement with the University of Missouri and the USDA to pool soil mapping resources and technologies to help growers more sustainably improve crop yields through better nitrogen application management and other field input planning. And in November, it reached a deal with agribusiness giant Deere Co. And in October, Monsanto spent almost $1 billion to buy The Climate Corp., a provider of hyper local weather monitoring and data models to farmers that the seed and chemical company has combined with its FieldScripts technology.FieldScripts users on average saw their corn yields rise by 5 to 10 bushels an acre.The St. Louis seed company, which expects to grow FieldScripts for corn across the four states next year before expanding it to other states, has planned similar services for soybeans in a few years.Monsanto is operating its precision agriculture business separately from its commercial seed business."As you build models and you have the data, you make the best recommendation for a grower regardless of what that brand of seed or that herbicide or that fungicide would be," said Anthony Osborne, The Climate Corporation's vice president of marketing. "You want to make the most sound recommendation that puts the grower in the best position possible.".

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WASHINGTON When Dave Nelson climbed into his John Deere planter this spring to sow corn seeds across almost 3,000 acres of land, the 39 year old Iowa farmer was armed with a secret weapon: a precise, data driven view of his operations that gave him an advantage over most farmers in the Corn Belt.For the past four years, Nelson has been testing a technology from Monsanto known as FieldScripts, a program that uses soil information, yield data and computer algorithms to identify which patches of land, some only a few meters in size, could support corn seeds planted closer together. Last year the technology, which has recently been rolled out to farmers in Iowa and three other Corn Belt states, helped him squeeze an additional 8 12 bushels per acre above his recent 10 year average of 195 bushels per acre. The result was up to an extra $50 for each corn acre, or about $150,000 throughout his operation revenue that otherwise would have gone unclaimed."I'm maximizing every kernel I put in the ground," said Nelson, who farms with his dad. "Every farmer is going to say 'Oh, I've got data, but . how many farmers can say I'm putting the data Adidas Los Angeles Dark Blue to work in every aspect of my farm?"Agribusiness giants such as Monsanto and DuPont Pioneer are spending millions of dollars to help farmers mine ever increasing amounts of data from their fields through "precision agriculture" technology to help them boost yields, lower their costs and reduce their risk, all the while increasing the amount of revenue they squeeze out of every acre.These new products and services are developed by taking samples from a field to show the topography and characteristics of the soil, such as its nutrient content. Additional information such as weather patterns or yield trends from previous growing seasons are included to help a farmer select the seed that is best for a particular plot in a field, determine how much of it to use and establish how much fertilizer and chemicals they need and when to apply them.Farmers have collected data and made decisions based on their own information and observations in the Adidas Originals Retro Trainers

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