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BrownfieldAgNews reports:

Precision agriculture technologies provide farmers with useful data sets to make decisions on their farming operations. As that information is collected, farmers also want complete control of the information. Today, Beck's Hybrids launched FARMserver.

Craig Rogers, FARMserver technical lead says it's a secure place for customers to store and view their on-farm data.

"We have some added features of our Crop Health Imagery," he says. "We have some weather information and the ability to view multiple fields at one time instead of just viewing one field at a time."

Rogers tells Brownfield FARMserver also allows farmers to select who has access to the information. "We want the customer to have complete control over who uses it," he says.

"The customer can choose to invite - let's say 'Craig Roberts at Beck's Hybrids' to look at his field and help make decisions and then he can cut me off of those privileges."

FARMserver provides farmers access to their information from any web connected device, at any time. In addition to the website - FARMserver also has a mobile app allowing farmers to record information from the field.

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