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With precision farming technology advancing fast, detailed field information is vital to placing fertilizer, seed and other inputs precisely where they're needed. That's why Monroe, N.C., farmer Allan Baucom custom-engineered the Falcon automated soil sampling system: To help commercial soil sampling operators and other farm input providers quickly collect high-quality samples with unsurpassed precision, consistency and efficiency. Baucom developed the Falcon because soil sampling is still "shovel work" in a fast-paced world of highly automated, satellite-guided precision farming equipment. The Falcon ends the days of time-consuming, labor-intensive, inconsistent and tedious sample collection. Low-maintenance and easy to use, the Falcon delivers high-quality, homogenous soil samples with unparalleled efficiency. Coupled with GPS tracking and barcode sample identification, Falcon technology delivers better samples, better analysis, smarter input decisions, bigger harvests, and increased customer satisfaction. It can support virtually any cropping system throughout the United States. It's built "farm tough in the U.S.A. to commercial-grade standards, for maximum reliability and minimum maintenance. www.FalconSoil.com
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