This week’s Cotton Newsline is four cuts. All cuts are Kelly Dupont, Director of Sales and Marketing for In-Time, a crop management service based in Cleveland, Mississippi.
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Precision agriculture has progressed rapidly, providing farmers options they didn’t have ten years ago, says Kelly Dupont, Director of Sales and Marketing for InTime. Based in Cleveland, Mississippi, InTime helps producers’ pinpoint chemical applications for a field.
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Prior to this technology, producers would apply a flat rate of chemicals across a field. A remote sensing service, like In-Time, gives producers other alternatives.
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Dupont reports producers who implement InTime average a thirty percent savings in chemical costs. But, he says that’s not the only benefit.
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Dupont encourages producers to visit the company’s web site to learn more about InTime’s step-by-step process and for contact information.