There it sat, a massive green S770 John Deere combine at a trade show. It’s not the first time a farmer might see such a machine housed indoors and surrounded by bright lights and television screens.
The University of Illinois and the Partner Institute for Computational Biology in Shanghai developed this computer model to predict the yield of different crop cultivars in a multitude of planting conditions. Read moreRead More »
“Necessity is the mother of invention,” so the saying goes. It’s certainly appropriate when referring to advancements made in agriculture technology. The lack of available farm labor alone has given rise to automated smart harvesters. Read MoreRead More »