On the experimental farm at the University of Florida’s Southwest Florida Research and Education Center, the fourth revolution of agriculture in is high gear.
Plants grown under five-second on/off cycles appeared to be almost identical to those grown under the normal light/dark period.
Robots and information technology may rule the roost
The icy continent is a perfect place to imitate space
UF researchers wanted to find out the costs of not cooling dry cows
Fifteen early career UF/IFAS scientists have been awarded grants to help solve global issues
UF/IFAS researchers demonstrated farmers could still produce the same crop but with lower inputs using compact bed designs
UF associate professor uses app to talk climate change with farmers
New UF research may lead growers to produce avocados in the Indian River region of Florida
UF/IFAS scientists will work with a $158,000 grant to develop viable hop crops
UF/IFAS scientists are racing to develop a plan to prevent or treat rose rosette disease
UF/IFAS will concentrate on culturing the greening bacterium in the laboratory in order to be able to conduct experiments