Agriculturists saw the population bomb as a challenge to be defused and overcome with ag technology, not something to concede defeat to.
Articles by Tim Durham, Plant M.D.
Making GMOs and other science hip was on the agenda at the U.S. Science and Engineering Festival, and Tim Durham talks about the event.
Ag drone technology and the like allows us to elegantly target field operations — saving costs and being a good steward in the process.
In a short 20 years, hydroponics has graduated from a curiosity to niche market up-and-comer.
Despite pockets of swiftness, the U.S. overall lags far behind other countries in broadband accessibility and affordability.
Columnist Tim Durham claims no divine inspiration, only the ability to call it like he sees it — and this is what’s on tap for 2018.
There are obvious behaviors that raise red flags. Here are my top six MO’s of false prophets in the ag world (and pseudoscientists in general).
Scientists are “information bookies” of sorts — but the currency that we take bets on (and pay out) is fact-based and for the collective good.
FFA pays long-term dividends, churning out the next generation of leaders who can best resolve the issues that confront us all
Is traditional “dirt” farming a relic? Hardly, says Ferrum College professor Tim Durham. Vertical farming has been oversold, expert level.