InfoAg 2018 Presentation
Terra-byte – A World Record Year

Grand E
Wed, Jul 18, 2018
8:40am to 9:20am


Now that we have made an attempt at a World Record for corn data collection, we highlight the layers that provide the most value and how they are managed. Soil sampling and management zones provide a platform for potential ROI. Imagery can provide multiyear contributions to the toolbox, and current growing season insight. As applied data provides confidence to get through the growing season challenges.


Nathan Douridas

Molly Caren Farm Manager
The Ohio State University Molly Caren Ag Center

: I am a CCA and the Farm Manager at the Molly Caren Ag Center which supports the annual Farm Science Review show in London, Ohio; a national farm show with 120,000 attendees, more than 600 exhibitors, and 500 acres dedicated to field demonstrations. I have spent more than 10 years at the 1500 acre Molly Caren Farm specializing in Farm Management, Site Specific Crop Management, and Production Ag Equipment and Technology. I am a graduate of The Ohio State University, and I have been actively involved in agriculture for the past 20 years on several farming operations from South Dakota to Ohio. I have interests in drainage, CRP, Strip-Till, and grain handling as well.