Aug 27, 2019
Crop management platform launched by Valley Irrigation

Valley365 connected crop management
Valley365 connected crop management
Photo: PRNewsfoto/Valley Irrigation

Anew single-source platform for connected crop management will be released by Valley Irrigation plans  in early 2020.

Valley 365 uses a single sign-on, and easy-to-use interface for access to complete connected crop management, according to a press release. It includes functionality from solutions like AgSense, Valley Scheduling, Valley Variable Rate Irrigation and Valley Insights.

Valley 365 and Valley Irrigation plant to visit the Farm Progress Show (Aug. 27-29), Husker Harvest Days (Sept. 10-12) and Sunbelt Ag Expo (Oct. 20-22).


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