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LATEST AGRICULTURAL NEWS

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20 Feb, 2018 by Steve Cubbage
The 1920s may have been roaring for the glitzy urban crowd. But things back on the farm were still pretty quiet. That’s because rural electricity was about as rare as Google Fiber is today. However, it was the “wiring” of rural America and the…
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20 Feb, 2018 by Rhonda Brooks
A lot of the fields Brad Beutke farms look flat and black from the road. But as the old saying goes, looks can be deceiving. “There’s a lot of variability out here that you wouldn’t necessarily expect in central Illinois,” says Beutke, who grows 2,…
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20 Feb, 2018 by Chris Koger
Hazel Technologies, working with Cornell University, has completed research into extending the shelf life of pears. The research involved a simulated retail environment. D’anjou pears lasted on shelves three times longer than a control group of the…
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13 Feb, 2018 by Margy Eckelkamp
A new research project funded by USDA and the Daugherty Water for Food Global Institute at the University of Nebraska is using drones in an effort to improve crop irrigation efficiency. Drones equipped with multispectral and thermal infrared imaging…
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13 Feb, 2018 by Sara Brown
Cargill has taken a minority stake in Cainthus, an Irish startup that uses facial recognition software to increase the productivity of dairy cows. Co-Founder David Hunt, says Cainthus uses machine-learning and imaging technologies to identify cows…