After a lot of emergency fixes and hurried testing everything is back up and running properly. Please contact us if our apps or other services are not performing properly. Thank you for your patience.
retrieving spatial information from our server. The cause of the issue is an undocumented change from a 3rd party service provider.
I have a solution to this issue and have just repaired the long press functionality on all of our products. There are a lot more issues that need t
Alfalfa and grass must be confused. March started out fairly warm and dry. Alfalfa, which very much develops according to heat, took off. Then April was cold and quite wet and things quit growing. May has been dryer but still cold with a few warmer days. Growth has been by stops and starts.Read More →
I visited the farm and proceeded to go over how to level the planter in the shop with a particular tractor.The real answer really is the shop is not a good place to do that job. You really need to be in the field with the planter in the ground planting. It is best to be level or slig
It's May 1st. The forecast shows some unseasonably cool temperatures this coming week. By the calendar we should be safe to plant corn now, right? Indiana growers were asking the same question about two weeks ago. The following are some excerpts from an article on imbibitional chilling in
Patches for our android app are now available on the play store. They should be automatically delivered to your phone. If not go to the play store and search for wnycmap or wnycmapplicator and click update.