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4 ways tech will transform your farm: Part one in a series
“What’s needed to make precision ag and a future smart farm a reality is cheaper data,” said Todd Mockler, co-founder of Benson Hill Biosystems. “We need advanced in-field micro-sensors at low cost for row crops, not just high-value crops like almonds or vegetables in glass houses. Low-cost micro-sensor systems will enable broad-acre-scale adoption of smart-farm technologies. That’s when we’ll see yields start to shoot higher.” Read more from FarmFutures here.