All posts tagged "University of Illinois"
Why So Many Farmers Are Using Drones
Farmers use drones to monitor farm conditions, gather data and manage farm operations.
Precious Cargo from Central Illinois Produce
Central Illinois Produce grows fresh greens and produce in a cargo container.
How to Eat Your Veggies
A recent study says vegetables are better when cooked.
Agriculture Students Have Bright Futures
Agriculture students find career connections at colleges and universities.
Fruit Trees: Which Varieties Grow Well in Illinois?
If you're a home gardener who is interested in fruit trees, make sure you pick a species that...
MarketMaker Grows Farmers Market Resource
MarketMaker, a University of Illinois Extension online marketing program, is growing and adding new features to better serve...
Quaker Oats Donates to Science Class
Quaker Oats donated a high-temp pasteurization unit to the University of Illinois College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental...
Old Newspapers Go Digital at University of Illinois
The University of Illinois library is making history more accessible by digitizing its collection of farm newspapers from...
Morrow Plots is an Urbana Legend
Morrow Plots at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is country's oldest experimental crop field.