Technologies, like Google Glass, may find a home in agriculture
10/04/2013 6:20:00 AMWearable computer technologies, such as Google Glass, could very well find a home in agriculture. That's... Read more.
Project will use minute sensors to track bumblebees
10/01/2013 2:43:36 PMAs European honeybees decline, bumblebees have taken on a more important role as pollinators. Because little... Read more.
E-tongue doesn't fatigue but won't replace human wine tasters
09/27/2013 10:10:13 AMAfter a while of tasting, the human tongue can become fatigued. But an electronic tongue developed... Read more.
Strawberry harvesting aid helps farmworker efficiency
09/17/2013 6:19:44 PMGK Machine Inc., is ramping up the marketing of harvesting machinery designed to help strawberry growers... Read more.
Tomato breeders seek machine-harvestable varieties
09/11/2013 11:56:43 AMNAPLES, Fla. — University of Florida tomato breeders are working to develop varieties that can... Watch Video.
Drones may be coming soon to a farm near you
09/11/2013 10:09:10 AMDrones—unmanned remotely controlled aircraft—could be coming to agriculture soon. Growers got a glimpse of the technology... Read more.
California pesticide department funds two IPM projects
09/06/2013 4:21:48 PMThe California Department of Pesticide Regulation has awarded two grants totaling nearly $400,000 to two... Read more.
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