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Growmark is working to adapt Mi Field 365 app for farmers

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Growmark is using its new AgValidity testing program to find ways to bring more technology and products to farmers’ hands. One of these projects is developing their Mi Field 365 app from a crop specialist app to a product that farmers will be able to use as well.

Katie Hansen is an Agronomy Project Manager for Growmark. She talks about the Mi Field 365 app and how they are hoping to use it for farmers soon. It will be able to do everything from crop scouting, analyzing economic impacts, all the way to eCommerce.

Hansen says more farmers are wanting to skip the sales pitches and get back to work. With the app, the goal is to have farmers able to be input such a wealth of data that the app will help them make the proper decisions right in the field, right on their phone.

Hansen says the app is available across a variety of technology platforms.

To find out more information on Mi Field, check out the Growmark FS website.

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