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Advanced Agrilytics

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Agronomy partner
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Combining Clear Data and Muddy Boots

Learn how the Advanced Agrilytics approach combines in-depth data with agronomist boots in the field to help farmers improve productivity and maximize ROI during this edition of Brownfield’s Managing for Profit.

Corn
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The Skinny on 20-Inch Rows

Aaron Gault, Advanced Agrilytics lead agronomist, discusses with DTN how plant-to-plant spacing in 20-inch rows makes a difference.

Aaron Gault
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From Data to Results

Brownfield News interviews lead agronomist Aaron Gault to discuss how Advanced Agrilytics takes a prescriptive approach to improve grower overall ROI.

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Managing Acres Differently

Agronomist Chance McDonald talks with the Iowa Agribusiness Radio Network about the personalized agronomy services Advanced Agrilytics offers.

Precision Agronomist Matt Stump
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Advanced Agrilytics Has Eye on Drought

Matt Stump, a precision agronomist in Missouri, explains how Advanced Agrilytics kept an eye on drought and how it could impact farmers during the growing season.

Hands touching soybeans
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Give Early Beans a Chance

DTN looks at steps to early soybean planting success with insight from AJ Woodyard, lead agronomist with Advanced Agrilytics.

Soybeans
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Future of Agriculture

Lead Agronomist Aaron Gault shares with the Future of Agriculture podcast what makes the Advanced Agrilytics approach different and how precision agriculture has evolved.

Ready for 2022
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What’s Coming in 2022?

Wet year? Dry year? What’s coming in 2022? We know you can’t control or predict the weather, but we can mitigate its impact.

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