Innovation

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Forestry : Mizzou Extension offers timber workshop

University of Missouri Extension offers a one-night session in Hillsboro on June 13 to help landowners learn how to market timber. Too many landowners...
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Mississippi : Understanding furrow irrigated rice yield reductions

Data from “on farm” trials are helping MSU Researchers understand some of the yield perimeters associated with furrow irrigated rice.  If you ask...
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Mississippi : Time to pre-condition water sensors

Considering the 6 plus inches of rain we had the last 24 hours, irrigation is the last thing on most folks minds.  While we have some time around the...
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Kentucky : Low-pressure irrigation system looks promising for small farms

A low-pressure irrigation system that a University of Kentucky horticulture extension professor perfected in Asia looks like it also will have practic...
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Missouri: Drip irrigation nets higher yields

Research from University of Missouri Extension finds that subsurface irrigation as part of an integrated drainage water management system boosts corn ...
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Soybean Science Challenge launches gardening project

The Soybean Science Challenge, a program that encourages Arkansas high school students to study innovative and scientific aspects of the state’s No....
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Experts discuss the future of drones, robotics in agriculture

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) and other robotic vehicles are no longer seen as toys for hobbyists, but are becoming an important tool for the future ...
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Syngenta evaluates Premier Crop Systems advanced trialing capabilities and makes venture capital investment

Syngenta and Premier Crop Systems, LLC, today announce a successful trial of Premier’s Enhanced Learning Blocks and an investment by Syngenta Ventur...
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DuPont Pioneer launches open innovation website

DuPont Pioneer today announced the launch of a new component of its long-standing innovation strategy. A website (openinnovation.pioneer.com) dedica...