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A new robot can help you garden from the couch or across the world
Drag out the hoe, drop in the seeds, and hope it rains. A new robot plants and waters for you at the click of a mouse. It’s giving drag-and-drop gardening a whole new meaning. Rory Aronson...
New pasteurization technology could sharply reduce the number of egg-borne illnesses
Less than 3% of the eggs sold in the United States are pasteurized. Currently, pasteurization is done by immersing eggs in hot water, which can lead to cloudy egg whites. New pasteurization...
You’ll find details from specific soil types to endangered species in your area
The University of Missouri has developed an online tool to provide landowners with detailed information about their land. Ray Massey is an extension ag economist at the University of Missouri, and...
Drones can save you time and money
When you hear about drones in the news it’s usually because stupid people are using them in ways they shouldn’t. But for agricultural purposes, drones can save farmers a lot of time and...
A children's book with a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) format to help children learn about agronomic, crop and soil sciences.
Soybeans are cool. That’s the message of Coolbean the Soybean, now available as an interactive book for grades 3-5. Author Shawn Conley is an agronomy professor and the Soybean and Wheat...
Your smartphone is one of the most important tools on your acreage. Be ready for anything with these clever apps!
Green-based technologies help cities manage storm water.
According to Dr. Lakhwinder Hundal, who works with District, most urbanized areas collect and move wastewater to Water Reclamation Plants (WRPs) using a connected collection system. In many areas...
Habelman Bros. is a fourth-generation cranberry farm in central Wisconsin
The perfect Christmas gifts for the techie in your family.
Here are 8 super-handy rechargeable tools for your acreage.