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Sensor-guided nitrogen application can save corn producers money and increase yields.
Water resources problems are more complex than ever before, and solutions require innovation and collaboration, said Jason Hubbart, associate professor of forest hydrology. That’s why Hubbart spearheads the Center for Watershed Management and Water Resources at the University of Missouri. The Center’s inaugural symposium will be held Thursday, April 16, from 1-5 p.m. in Monsanto Auditorium, Bond Life Sciences Center.
A program to train agriculture students and update professionals in precision agriculture will be expanded.
Asian carp may be ready for dinner in the U.S.
A prototype anaerobic digestion system produces biogas from pig manure and reduces odor from swine operations.
Dustin Stanton, an agribusiness major, was named the 2014 American Star in Agribusiness by the National FFA.