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LATEST NEWS FROM PRECISION AGRICULTURE

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13:36PM May 24, 2019

Memphis: The New Ag Tech Hub

Betsy Jibben
National Reporter
Silicon Valley may come to mind when you think about technology hubs. Yet, Memphis may be a new contender, not just for innovation but in agricultural technology. AgDay national reporter
05:00AM Apr 19, 2019

Food Waste to Fuel as Washington Hopes to Curb Excess

Clinton Griffiths
AgDay Anchor, Executive Producer
Washington officials are targeting food waste hoping to cut down on the amount thrown away or tossed into landfills while Australians are finding a way to create renewable energy from
Data layers
16:17PM Mar 26, 2019

Solid Data Drives Input Decisions

Darrell Smith
Conservation and Machinery Editor
The ideal hybrid at the right population, fortified by precise fertility, on every acre
15:11PM Mar 14, 2019

DIY Golden Age on the Farm

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor
The mavericks of DIY innovation are blazing a trail through the heart of agriculture.
10:55AM Mar 14, 2019

Necessity is the Mother of Farm DIY Invention

Chris Bennett
Technology and Issues Editor
The mavericks of DIY innovation are blazing a trail through the heart of agriculture.
19:09PM Jun 28, 2018

How Close are You to a Hands-Free Crop?

Guest Commentary
AgWeb Contributor
All those late nights and countless hours spent in the cab may be a thing of the past sooner than you think.
19:00PM Jun 21, 2018

Steve Cubbage: Tech Troubles? Who Are You Going to Call?

Steve Cubbage
AgWeb Contributor
Even though I wasn’t there in person it was an amazing sight to “watch.” Thanks to real-time telematics I was able to remotely observe a planter break the seeding speed