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The Corn GDD Decision Support Tool can predict corn growth and development and the potential for corn to reach maturity before a killing frost occurs.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln's James Schnable and Iowa State University colleagues are developing a Fitbit-like sensor for corn and other crops.

When is it a good choice to skip a passing phase or invest in what may be the way of the future?

The competitiveness of U.S. agriculture, as well as the welfare of farm workers and their communities, depends on how we adapt to an era of labor scarcity.

80 Acres Farms is building a fully-automated indoor farm in the southeast part of Cincinnati, featuring state-of-the-art grow centers for specialty greens.

If you’re interested in a birds-eye view, here are some tips on selecting the drone that’s right for your farm.

If you're thinking of investing in a drone, you probably want to know how it can improve farm management. Find out the top uses for a drone on the farm.

Find out more about the new, low-cost, easily produced, graphene-based, sensors-on-tape that can be attached to plants to provide data to farmers.

With new regulations in place for producers applying manure and fertilizers to their crops, Ohio State University’s second annual Precision University turned its focus on nutrient management, Jan. 11, at Beck's Hybrids in London, Ohio.

Farmers will see increased intelligence in the fields from tractors and combines making automatic adjustments for grain quality, to precision weed control.
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