ScoutPro, Inc., released new versons of its ScoutPro Grower – Corn and ScoutPro Grower – Soy applications on Wednesday.
These enhanced grower applications, which utilize iPad technology, provide access to time-specific and field-specific reports that increase accuracy in identification and reporting by way of GPS coordinates and archived data.
"We are eager for ag professionals to get this version of the app on their mobile devices,"ScoutPro Founder Michael Koenig said. "The technology used by ScoutPro is unlike any other and is guaranteed to enhance the crop scouting process while also providing accuracy, consistency, and accountability."
Using an iPad, ag professionals can use the app without an Internet connection. This benefit allows the user to employ the app even in the most rural locations. The app's easy use has now garnered the attention of the Iowa Farm Bureau, the Iowa Soybean Association and crop scouts as far away as New Zealand.
Since 2011, ScoutPro has provided agricultural apps designed to save time. These apps yield the highest degree of accuracy. With these new apps, the company offers an effective and advanced approach to help farmers and other ag professionals scouting crops with ease.
For additional information on ScoutPro and its applications, visit www.scoutpro.org.
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