Scientists use invisible light to monitor crop photosynthesis, performance
U.S. Rep Darin LaHood believes farmers will be collateral damage if a trade war erupts between the United States and China. ""That will hurt the farm economy. It will hurt job opportunities," he said Thursday during a visit to Lewis Hybrids in Ursa.
Landon White has a list of things to do the rest of the week, but planting corn and soybeans isn't on it. The Augusta-area farmer's already done.
Satellites, supercomputers provide real-time crop data