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GROW Your Field Knowledge with New App

In this Digging into the Data Pipeline presentation, Andrew Balmos, a data/software engineer at Purdue University introduces a new web-based tool created by the team at the OATS Center that uses open source data to track growing degree days in corn to give producers field-specific information.

Individuals will be able to download and run the new GROW app on their phones and tablets for on-the-go decision-making.

View the GROW Your Field Knowledge presentation video here.

This video presentation is part of the Digging into the Data Pipeline webinar series hosted by the College of Agriculture at Purdue University.

View the Digging into the Data Pipeline playlist on Youtube.

This series was supported in part by the Wabash Heartland Innovation Network (WHIN).

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