Texas AgriLife Research Gets Jump-Start on Improved Crop Breeding

🕔Nov 20, 2017Texas A&M AgriLife Research is investing in the future of rapid crop design with improved traits through the deployment of two new labs and a half-million dollar seed grant program […]

Ag Tech: New Autonomous Robot Helps Measure Crop Traits

🕔Sep 12, 2017Investors and executives in the agricultural industry are getting a first look at TerraSentia, a new-to-the-market agricultural robot that autonomously measures crop traits, developed at the University of Illinois. TerraSentia […]

Ag Research: Drones Are What’s Next for Plant Breeders

🕔Feb 22, 2017When plant breeders develop new crop varieties, they grow up a lot of plants and they all need to be checked. Repeatedly.  “Farmers might have a 100-acre field planted with […]

Tennessee: No-Till Field Day, Milan, July 28

🕔May 13, 2016The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture will host the Milan No-Till Crop Production Field Day on Thursday, July 28, 2016 at the AgResearch and Education Center at Milan. The […]

DuPont Pioneer, Origin Agritech Jointly Develop New Seed Tech for China

🕔Apr 5, 2016DuPont Pioneer, the advanced seed and genetics business of DuPont, and Origin Agritech Limited, a technology-focused crop seed provider, today announced a commercial licensing agreement to develop new seed technologies […]

Texas: Drones Used to Further Precision Ag and Plant Breeding Research

🕔Dec 28, 2015The Texas A&M Coordinated Agricultural Unmanned Aerial Systems Project Unmanned aerial systems is a year old. Unmanned aerial systems is an umbrella term encompassing what are commonly referred to as […]

Can Scientists Hack Photosynthesis to Feed the World?

🕔Jul 15, 2015The world population, which stood at 5 billion in 1950, is predicted to increase to 10.5 billion by 2050. It’s a stunning number since it means the planet’s population has […]

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