Smart phones, high-winds, social media and keeping up. Yep, it's a little bit of everything this week in Tech Tuesday.
Nano-what? Group says regulators need to do more work, collaboration aims to beat soybean disease, and developing corn that likes a warmer climate.
Controversy reins in battle over GPS signal; and Apple launches a service that could benefit many.
Three groups establish position statement on a key issue and crops and climate change get a look.
How do you groom the ag engineers of tomorrow for a fast-paced, high-tech research environment? How about a tractor pull?
Regardless of your network it might be time to move up to a smart phone for safety's sake.
This planting season talk of precision tools has become the norm rather than the exception.
Study shows land-grant schools slipping in weed specialists, new book to spark soil interest and doing the math on endangered species.
Scientists sequence genes of two pathogens and a plant that helps with evolutionary understanding, and the American Society of Agronomy has a first.