Stine Seed president excited about future of ag
The president of a seed company celebrating more than four decades in business says he’s excited to see what agriculture will look like in the next 40 years.
Myron Stine of Iowa-based Stine Seed Company says data and technology will be drivers.
“I look at the drone technology, I look at the self-guiding equipment, all of that I think is probably going to be even more impactful for ag than the big data part.”
He tells Brownfield that does not mean he’s pessimistic about the future of data.
“I just think that there’s so many things, robotics for instance, on weed control.”
Stine says he thinks that’s going to be one of the biggest advancements in agriculture in the next ten years.
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