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AgSense releases ‘Field Commander Ultimate’ irrigation package

AgSense LLC has released its “Field Commander Ultimate” precision irrigation package which combines the Field Commander controller with AgSense Crop Link telemetry units.

The package offers versatility in remote monitoring and management of virtually all irrigation equipment, regardless of the brand, age, or current capabilities.

The Field Commander Ultimate package allows growers to remotely monitor and precisely control center pivots and pumps, along with monitoring flow, pressure, and weather.

Capabilities include variable rate irrigation and custom prescription programming by growers or their agronomists. Soil moisture can also be added with the AgSense Aqua Trac Pro or Aqua Trac Lite soil moisture monitoring device.

Pivots are controlled and monitored via the Internet at WagNet.net or from the WagNet app for iOS and Android smart phones.

According to AgSense, the Field Commander Ultimate package simplifies the process of capturing required data to make agronomic decisions and implementing VRI prescriptions generated by numerous AgSense agronomic partners, helping lower the overall hardware and software cost associated with merging these tasks.

www.agsense.net

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