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InTime Announcement, May 2009
InTime announces used equipment for sale, including 2 Trimble 900 Mhz radios, a Trimble High Mobility Repeater, 1 AutoFarm Tower Base Station, and 2 Rinex Controller Kits  Click here to go to web site...
InTime Press Release, Mar 29, 2009
InTime, Inc. announces the immediate release of InTime Connection v2.0. This software allows streaming of any RTK-correction data over a wireless phone. In addition, it allows simultaneous logging of positional data or logging of raw serial data and shows the latest weather radar image with the push of a button.  Click here to go to web site...
InTime Press Release, Feb 26, 2008
InTime, Inc. announces the immediate release of InTime Base v1.2.1. InTime Base contains two programs: ITB Server and ITB client. The ITB Server allows streaming of RTK correction data from your own base station over a wireless connection to an ITB Client on the rover side.  Click here to go to web site...
Cotton Farming, Aug 3, 2006 ; By Tommy Horton
Nestled in the extreme northwest corner of Tennessee in the quaint town of Tiptonville, you'll find one of the most innovative cotton farming operations in the country.  Click here to go to web site...
Southeast Farm Press, Apr 28, 2006 8:21 AM ; By Roy Roberson, Farm Press Editorial Staff
Knowing the electrical conductivity of their soils, farmers can make more precise management decisions about fertilizer applications, irrigation, use of nematicides, and other pesticide applications, according to Clemson University's Ahmed Khalilian  Click here to go to web site...
Delta Farm Press, Feb 7, 2006 8:55 AM; by Elton Robinson
GPS, aerial imagery and computers are making variable-rate applications a reality for many Mid-South producers. But according to Coahoma, Miss., crop consultant Joe Townsend, one low-tech input is critical to the process -- putting footprints in the field  Click here to go to web site...
Delta Farm Press, Jan 31, 2006 8:42 AM; by Elton Robinson
For Gunnison, Miss., cotton producer and InTime, Inc., founder Kenneth Hood, variable-rate application of inputs is a matter of survival....  Click here to go to web site...
California Farmer Magazine, By ERIC MCMULLIN
As precision ag goes mainstream, manufacturers are making it easier to make the transition. In the early days, it wasn?t uncommon to see four or five consoles in a guy?s tractor cab, says Mike Gomes, president of PFE Inc....  Click here to go to web site...
Western Farm Press, May 9, 2005 9:21 AM; By Harry Cline
The world's first ATV was created by Honda factory workers in Japan in a company-sponsored research facility where the motorcycle maker encouraged employees to be creative.  Click here to go to web site...
Delta Farm Press, Apr 28, 2005; by Elton Robinson
HELENA, Ark. When all the technology came together for variable-rate aerial applications, applicator Paul Riddell was ready to fly with it -- well, almost ready.  Click here to go to web site...
InTime Press Release, March 28, 2005
InTime, Inc. Board Chairman Kenneth Hood announced the appointment of Maury S. Knowlton as President and Chief Executive Officer. Knowlton, a Bolivar County native, comes with extensive experience as an agri-business consultant and senior management exec  Click here to go to web site...
Southwest Farm Press, Mar 16, 2005
There could be a benefit in the variable-rate application of plant growth regulators in cotton fields which show significant variations in growth, according to Stephan Maas, professor of Agricultural Microclimatology, Texas Tech University.  Click here to see the rest of the article...
InTime Press Release, January 13, 2005
InTime is pleased to announce it has been issued a Patent related to its pioneering work in Precision Agriculture and related industries.  Click here to go to web site...
Grand Forks Herald, Mon, Nov. 29, 2004; Mikkel Pates
Scott Longlet wants farmers to think globally, but auto-steer locally. Since January, Longlet has been one of four partners in AgNavigation L.L.C. The Minnesota-based company deals in an auto-steer system he describes as an alternative to some of the  Click here to go to web site...
Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Sunday, December 26, 2004; SCOTT McMILLION
New technology is making it possible for farmers to cut their expenses and reduce water pollution, saving themselves money and avoiding regulatory headaches in the future...  Click here to go to web site...
JWLA.com, Wednesday December 22, 2004
"... The use of technology has increased in the past few years as farmers try to cut costs to compensate for relatively stagnant crop prices. Infrared sensors control how much fertilizer is applied. Retinal imaging tracks cattle. On the horizon, perhaps,  Click here to go to web site...
InTime Quarterly Newsletter, Vol. I, Iss. 3, December 2004
Contents:
  • Welcome
  • A Year in Review
  • We've Expanded
  • On the Horizon
  • New Applications
  • Variable Rate Applicators
  • Software
  • Education / Customer Service
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    InTime Press Release, November 8, 2004
    InTime, Inc., the nation's leading provider of precision farming services, announced today that the initial $500 Technical Services Fee for new and existing customers will be waived if acres are enrolled before January 1, 2005.  Click here to go to web site...
    InTime Quarterly Newsletter, Vol. I, Iss. 2, January 2004
    Contents--
  • Welcome
  • What's New
  • Real Results
  • 2004 Pricing
  • Computer Changes
  • PDA Comparison
  • Var. Rate App. of Chem.
  • Comp. of Aerial System
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    Cotton News Line, National Cotton Council of America; Wednesday, November 19, 2003
    David Wildy, who will provide a farmerĀ?s perspective on precision agriculture at a Beltwide Cotton Conferences symposium in January, reviews his experience with the technology.  Click here to go to web site...
    InTime Quarterly Newsletter, Volume I, Issue 1, November 2003
    Check out InTime's first issue of our quarterly newsletter. Learn what this season's clients had to say about InTime, find out what new services are in store for next season, and much more.  Click here to go to web site...
    The Signal: Precision Technologies for Agriculture, Vol. 3, Issue 3. Fall 2003
    InTime teams with Raven industries to provide cutting edge technology with excellent customer support to improve the bottom line for producers.  Click here to go to web site...