Recent state legislation wants to make embedded code available to farm equipment owners.
Can oil extracted from a tiny seed grown in the Southeast U.S. be the key to what powers jet planes in the future? A team of researchers have been getting a 30,000-foot view of Brassica carinata, but are now coming in for a closer look. Read moreRead More »
Don’t answer this question too quickly. Some specialty crop growers are steeped in cutting-edge technologies yet don’t see themselves as practitioners of what historically has been called “precision agriculture” — using yield monitors, for instance, or variable-rate application (VRA) of crop inputs. Read moreRead More »