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Farming has been called the most important ingredient in human civilization. Since around 8,500 BC, people have been poking seeds into dirt and letting the sun and rain help grow food. After primarily hunting and gathering for food, early…

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Raj Khosla, professor of precision agriculture at Colorado State University, challenged farmers to think about how far the technology of agriculture has come in the past 40 years to gauge what farming will look like in 2057. He showed…

nanofarm

Source : Modern Farmer You’ve got a microwave, a toaster oven, and a myriad of other kitchen appliances, none of which actually grow food. That could change thanks to a Georgia-based startup Replantable. They’ve created Nanofarm, an almost completely…

Big data

The digital farm Inside the cab of Brian Marshall’s tractors is a glimpse into the future of farming. Through the windows, he sees his 4,000 acres of corn and soybean crops. He also sees a slew of computer monitors….