The new softare subscription service helps growers manage and use field data for improved productivity. When used with Pioneer Field360 Notes app, growers can GPS tag notes and photos throughout a field.
DuPont Pioneer has announced a new service through its Field360 program. This new subscription service combines field-by-field data with real-time agronomic and weather information to help growers make informed management decisions.
With a subscription to Pioneer Field360 Select software, growers can turn farm data into timely and actionable information. The software offers multiple digital tools for monitoring and predicting field progress and growth stage, plus interactive field maps.
Pioneer Field360 Select software can provide growers substantial information about a field without the grower ever setting foot on the ground. This program is backed by soil, weather and precipitation data spanning many decades. It is also supported by Pioneer Agronomy Sciences data trials to determine growth stages of Pioneer brand corn hybrids.
“Pioneer Field360 Select software allows a grower to access their farm data from just about anywhere and record inputs, scouting information and access timely weather and agronomic information on the go,” Heath says.
When used with the compatible Pioneer Field360 Notes app, a grower can take notes and photos with GPS tags to track field-by-field agronomic status. The app gives growers the option to confidentially share information in real time with DuPont Pioneer agronomists and Pioneer sales professionals.
The Pioneer Field360 Select software runs on any Web-accessible electronic device and is compatible with data cards from most planting and harvest monitor systems.
To learn more about Pioneer Field360 Select software, growers can contact their Pioneer sales professional or visit pioneer.com/360.
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