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Calculating Your Value Gained and Return on Investment for Automated Harvest Yield Forecasts

[fa icon="calendar'] December 5, 2018 5:00:00 AM EST / by Jason Behrmann posted in agtech, Insider, ai, artificial intelligence, greenhouse, tomato, yield prediction

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Press Release: Artificial Intelligence Enables Greenhouses to Cut Costs, Streamline Operations, with Precise, Automated Harvest Forecasts

[fa icon="calendar'] October 11, 2018 8:20:00 AM EDT / by Jason Behrmann posted in artificial intelligence, machine learning, greenhouse, "press release"

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Artificial Intelligence is the Latest Greenhouse Automation Technology

[fa icon="calendar'] September 13, 2018 2:13:23 PM EDT / by Jason Behrmann posted in artificial intelligence, greenhouse, agricultural technology, agriulture, automation, yield prediction

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Automated, Precise Harvest Yield Forecasts Using the Latest Greenhouse Technology

[fa icon="calendar'] September 13, 2018 1:33:30 PM EDT / by Jason Behrmann posted in artificial intelligence, greenhouse, agricultural technology, automation, yield prediction

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Predicting the harvest yield of vegetables in commercial hydroponic greenhouses today is a time consuming and inaccurate, manual process. Weekly estimates for tomato yields, for instance, are often over or under the actual yield by 20% or more; errors are often worse for peppers. Your Grow Team spends between one to three days a week making harvest forecasts.

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Case Study: SunSelect 

[fa icon="calendar'] January 30, 2018 11:26:55 AM EST / by Jonathan Feist posted in agtech, technology, indoor agriculture, ai, data, artificial intelligence, food, machine learning, Software, greenhouse, tomato, virtual agronomist, agricultural technology, agriulture, grow journal, agronomy, peppers, yield prediction

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