Reinder Prins is a leading digital agriculture specialist. His work has focused on the irrigated cotton industry but includes many other crops. He has been working with some of the largest growers in Australia, helping them analyze and utilize geospatial data, as well as integrating this application data into sub-field record keeping.
Reinder has extensive experience working internationally, particularly in the US, Australia, and Latin America. He is currently working in Latin America as a freelancer in the space of digital agriculture. He is interested in helping growers and businesses in the region, whilst also learning about local agricultural customs and practices. He is originally from the Netherlands, and is a graduate of Maastricht University.
Record keeping with farm management software – why is it not getting used?
By Reinder Prins on May 10, 2018
As both start-ups and incumbent providers introduce new technology into the sphere of digital agriculture, more and more tools are becoming available to growers in all different aspects of agriculture. […]Read more...