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Rhiza-UK

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Location
Wiltshire
@Rhiza-UK whats the deal with ‘Rhiza’?

Rebranding, or bought out?
Rhiza marks the coming together of Rhiza and SoilQuest as well as the launch of a range of new digital agronomy tools which farmers can benefit from without having to adopt variable rate. The combining of the two teams means we now have 22 Account Managers so are able to offer a greater level of on-farm support throughout the UK.

We are acquired by Origin Enterprises in May 2017 and this has allowed us to invest heavily in development. Our team of 45 developers continue to improve the Contour desktop and mobile platforms which now include septoria and BYDV risk models as well as optical satellite imagery, hyper-local weather data, crop growth models (growth stage, LAI, GAI and biomass) and yield predictions. We are offering a free trial of this until the end of March.

Check out the new website www.rhizadigital.co.uk for more information on Rhiza.
 

PSQ

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Arable Farmer
Location
Scottish Borders
Haha!

If you're an existing customer and have any particular concerns, PM your details and we can discuss. As mentioned, we were acquired almost 2 years ago now and feedback from customers on changes introduced since then has been positive.
“Ha ha”, I know, the jokes on us.
I was an “existing customer” of another company which was bought out by Origin.
- Corporate ‘Vertical Integration’, no thanks (n)
 

Rhiza-UK

Member
Location
Wiltshire
That time of year again @Rhiza-UK
In the first post above you show a field on my farm taken a couple of years or more earlier (I think 2013)
Are you able to tell us what you see in any of the pictures (the frame 6pics*7)
I sadly did no more than see what you took at the time and took it no further
mine 5 down 1&2
Thanks for sending over your details @Chickcatcher we've found your last image from 2014 and will generate one from this year for comparison.
 

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