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Veris Mapping Keeps Crop Quest On-the-Go

One Veris system wasn’t going to be enough for Crop Quest. One wouldn’t be enough to map 50,000 acres in a season, and one definitely wouldn’t be  enough to complete 18,000 acres in less than a month for a large grower in New Mexico. But...

Did you know- Veris Around World

Did you know that there are Veris soil sensing systems in 40 U.S. states and more than 30 countries? The Abelardo Cuffia company is the Veris distributor in Argentina, where over 500,000 acres have been EC-mapped. Here, four Veris 3100’s are...

Older than Dirt-- Almost

The Morrow Plots at the University of Illinois, begun in 1876, are the longest continuous experimental soil plots in the US, and are designated as a National Historic Landmark. The soil on these plots is so precious that soil sampling is tightly...

Corn Belt Co-op Covers the Acres

Co Alliance 1Co-Alliance Cooperative has been farmer owned and operated since the 1920’s when five co-ops in Indiana came together to provide better business for their customer-owners. Co-Alliance now reaches across Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan with over five...

Organic Matter matters

Whats New Om

Veris Technologies introduces the OpticMapper, a new soil sensor for mapping soil organic matter. The OpticMapper uses an optical sensor mounted within a specially configured planter row unit—mapping soil underneath crop residue and the soil...