Wednesday, November 13, 2019
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Kymberly Foster Seabolt details her recent run-in with a scammer who skimmed her credit card information.

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.

Pennsylvania, Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding recently unveiled a new service enabling older and at-risk residents to more easily access healthy, local food. 

Editor-in-chief Rebecca Miller ponders how social media has impacted farmers and influenced the way they network — both positively and negatively.

A reader shares his thoughts on the no snow days bill in Pennsylvania and argues it's more important than ever to bring internet equity to all students.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt ponders the evolution of the telephone and how we have used it over time.

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.

The dramatic drop in farmers in less than five generations shows the power and culture-changing impact of technology on farming and rural America.

The Midwest Cover Crops Council's field guide is available as a mobile app for smartphones and tablets.
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