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17 Apr, 2018 by Sonja Begemann
The “Agriculture Data Act of 2018” was introduced in early March this year. Its purpose is to gather more information about how USDA-sponsored conservation practices impact profitability and is supported by at least 28 agricultural groups. It’s…
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17 Apr, 2018 by Sonja Begemann
To use RNA interference (RNAi) technology, Monsanto is partnering with RNAgri, a St. Louis-based startup. “RNAi can selectively reduce expression of genes that are necessary for the pest or weed to live so that the insect or weed is no longer a…
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17 Apr, 2018 by Sara Brown
New technologies will never be in short supply. Some will be transcendent and forever change our operational dynamics, while others will litter the pathway to the future. The real challenge for us comes in the evaluation process: How can I use this…
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10 Apr, 2018 by Margy Eckelkamp
In its 10th year since being started at Purdue University, FieldWatch has grown to be in 19 states and one Canadian province with more than 17,000 users. The non-profit has created two mapping tools—DriftWatch and BeeCheck. Both are voluntary and…
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10 Apr, 2018 by Ashley Davenport
Drones aren’t just a toy to use—they have a lot of utility on the farm, and college students are also getting in on the action as well. The University of Michigan recently dedicated outdoor space for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). This month, it…