In-Stock and ready to rent or purchase with financing available through AgDirect.
If we don’t have what you are looking for in-stock, please give us a call so that we can discuss and order the right machine to fit your needs.
It’s about that time of year where most of these 1-year subscriptions are running out.
An easy way to tell is to go to your GPS Health screen and check under “Mode”. If this is stuck in Mode: 1 and doesn’t go to Mode: 2 and eventually Mode: 5, more than likely your subscription has lapsed.
If this is the case, go to http://ravenslingshot.com/store and select:
Proceed to select the number of months you’d like to purchase and select “Add to Cart” and then “Checkout”.
Enter in the required information found on your console under GPS Health and then selecting the little green box with an image of a satellite on it.
For date and time select today’s date and put in a time about 30 minutes out.
Once you’ve paid for the subscription be sure to leave your console on until you see the “Mode” switch to Mode: 5.
As always, please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
SCE’s annual training day was a success. Thank you to all of those who attended; we look forward to working with you this year. (If you missed the seminar or would like to review a particular section, please refer to the Videos section of our website.)
If you are considering spending several thousand dollars on a proclaimed “Infrared” or “NDVI” camera for your drone, this is a good article to read and consider before doing so. As you’ll read, not all NDVI images are create equal and the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index was actually created some 40-years-ago to work with images captured by satellites, not within our atmosphere by less precise cameras on drones.
Also note that Near Infrared, the most predominate light wave emitted by healthy plant tissue, images are actually black and white. The NDVI images you’re accustomed to seeing online are actually created using software after the fact.
The first image shows the raw photo taken by their camera with a blue notch filter, the center shown after it has been altered using Agribotix software using a NIR-VIS index, notice the tractor is black and the vegetation is green. The image on the right was altered using a standard NDVI, you’ll notice the tractor lights up in green as if it were a plant, a common issue found when using NDVI.
Content and images credit Agribotix article “Misconceptions about UAV-collected NDVI imagery and the Agribotix experience in ground truthing these images for agriculture” posted June 10, 2014.
Doyal and Brett just put the finishing touches on this custom built sprayer using a Ace Low Profile 110 gallon tank, a Hypro hydraulic centrifugal pump, and Hannay electric hose reel mounted on a custom stainless skid with fork lift cut-outs. Section control handled by a Raven 203 console and Spraying Systems electric shut-off valves. Liquid is applied via Hypro XT43’s on either side with a TeeJet Floodjet in the middle.
Custom 30 gallon inductor tank and stand with over-sized 16″lid cut in. 3″ venturi with 3″ cam locks on either end for quick connect/disconnect of hose. Push to actuate jug rinser and tank rinser with external valve for quick on/off functionality.
Tell us what you need and we can make it happen!
Precision Farming Dealer Article Highlighting Our Custom Designed NH3 System
(Fall 2015 Issue).
Yuneec has just announced promotional pricing on their Typhoon Q500 4K!
Now through March 15th save $300 and pay only $999.99!
All drones come with controller with built in screen, 4K camera with gimbal mount, extra battery, aluminum case and steady grip for shooting video.
TeeJet has just made applying variable rates of fertilizer much simpler with their new VR line.
The new SJ3-VR combines the flow rates of a 03, 04, 05, 06 and 08
The new SJ7-VR combines the flow rates of a 03, 04, 05 and 06.
The new QJ-VR combines the flow rates of a fixed 47-75 orifice
Finally, the new PTC-VR combines the flow rates of a fixed 48-70 orifice
More detailed information can be found on the clickable links below