Platform Now Hosts 11 Alabama Crops
Medius Ag is proud to partner with Auburn University to provide Alabama growers with the very latest and best agricultural variety trial data from Auburn’s Variety Testing Program. Through Medius.Re, users can customize their variety selection criteria across time and space and make variety selection decisions tailored to the unique needs of their respective farms quickly and confidently. Following the successful implementation of Medius.Re for Alabama’s peanuts and cotton trials earlier this year, the crops of corn, soybeans, ryegrass, small grains, and sorghum were added to the platform last month. The small grains platform alone includes wheat, barley, oats, and triticale. Data for all crops can be accessed at auburn.medius.re.
As we highlighted last May, Alabama is home to a very organized variety trial testing system with variety trial reports for cotton dating back to the 1800s. In conjunction with the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station (AAES), the Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES), Alabama A&M University, and Tuskegee University, Auburn University typically manages roughly 800 research trials across 14 research stations across the state.
To learn more about Alabama’s variety trial results for 2021 and the adoption of Medius.Re by Auburn, please see the ACES post and Cotton Farming article from September 29 and the Southeast AgNet article from October 6.
With the addition of Auburn’s extensive agricultural variety trial data, Medius Ag now provides data management and analytical tools for 12 different crops across the U.S. and Canada. Whether you are a grower, trial manager, plant breeder, ag promotion group, grower association, or someone else who depends on access to reliable, customizable data, chances are good that Medius Ag can help you too. If you are interested in learning more about us or think we can help you improve your data management and analytics, feel free to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.