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Texas Farmers Tally Up the Damage From a Winter Storm ‘Massacre’

Poultry operations misplaced warmth, which led to the dying of chicks and left hatcheries with eggs that gained’t hatch. Many calves, lambs and children...

Why Are Banned ‘Bee-Killer’ Neonicotinoids Still Being Used in Europe?

Over the previous decade, the European Union has been tightening its regulatory grip on neonicotinoid pesticides in response to an more and more sturdy...

New crop prices offer profit opportunities for farmers

Current corn and soybean prices have risen to ranges to begin the 2021 planting season that haven’t been witnessed for a number of years....

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Hemp transplanters: an agricultural technology breakthrough

Hemp has the potential to revolutionize many industries. With so many uses and benefits—from textiles, furniture, paper, clothes, biodegradable plastics, paint, insulation, biofuel, and...

Vegetable transplanters: an in-depth explanation of these automatic planter machines

Transplanters aren’t exactly a new agricultural technology. The first transplanter was a rice transplanter invented in 1898 by Heigoro Kawano. Transplanters for rice, vegetables,...

What’s new in tomato farming technology?

Tomatoes are one of the most economically significant crops in the world. It’s estimated that 188M tomatoes were produced worldwide in 2018. Tomato growers, on...