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Luke Faleide, left, and his brother Nathan Faleide stand next to a computer monitor at Agri ImaGIS Technologies in Fargo that shows satellite images of two adjacent farm fields and where the higher yields are, which helps farmers produce more on their fields. Dave Wallis / The Forum

Farmers benefit from Fargo-based firm's sky-high ag technology

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Lanny Faleide was 13 when men landed on the moon.

"Our generation always wanted to be astronauts or do something with space technology. That was a fascination of mine," he said.

Now, his company, Agri ImaGIS, has become a worldwide leader in using satellite technology to help farmers and others involved in agriculture to be more efficient.

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