Ag Web: Why technology of tomorrow may already be operating in some fields today
Robots swarming and taking over farm fields. Autonomous tractors planting crops with no humans in sight. These futuristic views of technology that surfaced a decade ago may actually be a glimpse […]
How do cover crops work?
Contributing article: Evan Brehm, Iowa Agronomist – Indigo Ag The landscape in rural America is changing color. That color is green. In the past decade, the use of cover crops […]
Agrinews: Rantizo offers drone training, application services for crop acres
Rantizo provides a turnkey opportunity for those interested in developing a drone business for applying products to crop acres. “We make jumping into drone custom application a quick process,” said […]
Precision Farming Dealer Podcast: Rantizo introduces new model for drone adoption
In this episode of the Precision Farming Dealer podcast, brought to you by Trimble, Michael Ott, CEO of Rantizo shares some background on the ag tech company and how they are […]
Precision Farming Dealer: Rantizo 3 Drone Swarm Water Trial
To most people — even many farmers — the idea of tending crops hardly brings to mind a drone rising into the air, carrying a tank full of pesticides and navigating by pre-programmed map. Yet, when Michael Ott markets to agricultural retailers, that’s exactly his sales pitch: an unmanned aircraft that will spray whatever you need, wherever you need it.
Golf Course Management Magazine: Drone spray applications taking off on golf courses
While unmanned aerial vehicles — UAVs, or drones — already have myriad uses on golf courses, these superintendents demonstrated yet another: spraying. Though the technology still isn’t quite ready for […]
Farming The Countryside Podcast
We look at two pieces of technology rapidly changing the face of agriculture. First, it’s Michael Ott, the CEO of Rantizo, one of the leaders in agricultural drone technology. Then […]