Technology will change the way we farm, and significant changes will occur within the next decade, says a Texas A&M research scientist at the Texas Plant Protection Association annual conference in ColegeStation.
From the Rose Garden at the White House, to the laser-leveled fields of Yuma, AZ (home to 90% of this country’s winter leafy greens), data analysis, precision/digital agriculture, and drones are hot topics of conversation. Already familiar to commodity growers, the technology applications are catching on in the vegetable-growing community.[…]Read More »
After a third delay, Thursday is now the day SpaceX plans to launch two small prototype satellites aboard a Falcon 9 rocket, the beginning of what Elon Musk and his company hope will be a new way of connecting humanity. Read moreRead More »