A few weeks ago, a colleague and I attended the International Conference of Precision Agriculture. During this annual joint conference of the International Society of Precision Agriculture (ISPA) and InfoAg, one theme constantly emerged: “It’s the data (management), stupid”
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And that’s a wrap! The 2016 ISE Coding Garage ended with presentations and awards last week, but it’s just the beginning for some of these talented students. This year’s 9-week program, saw 21 participants, all creating their own Android apps.
Investing in our people has always been a top priority for ISE. As mentioned in this Forbes article, the importance of training and personal development is critical, as many employees leave organizations solely because they don’t feel valued by their employers.
There's nothing like a fresh sliced cantaloupe for a morning snack, or a tomato just picked off the vine to be put on a burger grilled out back. At ISE, these sweet and savory images are actually a reality. For 3 years now, the spaces between ornamental bushes have been taken up by various types of fresh produce. This year we have two types of melons (cantaloupe and honeydew) and three varieties of tomatoes!