The plant is the sensor
George Oamek
Summer 2021
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A recent survey by the American Farm Bureau Federation shows how severe drought conditions are in the west.
Farm Bureau survey assesses how farmers and ranchers are dealing with drought.
Free legal and financial clinics are being offered for farmers and ranchers across Nebraska in August and September 2021.
Seven dates for in-person meetings across Nebraska are scheduled in August and September.
University of Illinois Extension is hosting a field day that is the first of a series of field days that will occur across the state over the next few years.
The Aug. 19 field day is the first in a series of field days focusing on soil health across Illinois.
A University of Missouri study has found that irrigation is the best option for helping soybeans recover yield after being injured by dicamba drift.
A University of Missouri study looks at 10 strategies to mitigate yield loss from dicamba injury.
After Penn State’s 2020 Ag Progress Days was canceled and shifted to an entirely virtual format due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Pennsylvania’s largest outdoor agricultural expo is poised to return as an in-person event, Aug. 10-12 at the Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center at Rock Springs, Centre County.
Pennsylvania’s largest outdoor agricultural expo returns to an in-person event Aug. 10-12.
According to an article on AgDaily, John Deere has introduced FarmCraft as a new Minecraft experience for young gamers.
New Minecraft game connects a younger generation to the world of agriculture.
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