Are you ready for the biggest, craziest farm show of the year?
More than 1,500 booths and a packed schedule of activities from concerts to prayer breakfasts to receptions will keep growers busy in Tulare this week.
Our team will be taking it all in, and available to meet with growers in Building C, Booth 3024, to talk about how aerial imagery can save time and labor for growers. Tree nut growers, vineyards, row crop farmers, and growers of corn and soy can get greater yields when they use accurate, scientifically-validated imagery to quickly address irrigation, fertilizer, and pest problems.
Come see us for the chance to win great prizes, and to learn about how our images put money in the pockets of our customers with strong return on investment.
Two of the key markets we serve are tree nuts in California and corn and soy in the Midwest. Here’s how we address grower needs with the best-developed imagery products on the market:
- A team of University of California researchers, led by Blake Sanden, have studied test almond orchards in the past four years and provided us feedback on our images. The team is close to finalizing data that shows strong correlation between Ceres images and actual water applied to almond orchards.
- We recently expanded our territory in partnership with Evergreen FS to bring images to the Midwest that help corn and soybean growers detect pest and disease before the naked eye detects an issue.
- Evergreen FS is a key partner in our Midwest research, and roll-out of imagery for corn and soybean growers. Their boots on the ground have given Ceres validation in our efforts to identify pest and disease outbreaks, and we will work shoulder to shoulder with them to bring growers a powerful new tool in 2018.
We’re looking forward to meeting you--our booth is in Building “C”--find us with the maps below.