Sensing in agriculture: How can technology developers drive adoption?

For technology developers targeting sensing in agriculture, there are many options including soil sensing, equipment sensing, environmental sensing, and technologies to sense the crops themselves. The approaches are varied and measure widely different parameters. Adoption in the industry has been fa...

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