Sep 28, 2020
Neither too hot nor rainy, this year’s virtual Farm Science Review allowed viewers to nestle into a recliner or tractor seat to learn about canning soups, butchering meat on the farm, and operating new technology to better manage their crops.
This was the 58th annual Farm Science Review, but the first one held solely online because of health concerns.
Overall, turnout was a success, FSR manager Nick Zachrich said.
Sep 21, 2020
It’s no secret that farming has become increasingly high-tech, but a partnership between The Ohio State University and an Ohio agribusiness is taking things even further with new field scouting technology that involves a drone and artificial intelligence (AI).
The Molly Caren Agricultural Center, home to the annual Farm Science Review (FSR), is no stranger to implementing new technology and best practices to optimize production and, more importantly, serving as a resource for Ohio and regional producers.
Sep 17, 2020
If you’re hoping to be a future Buckeye on The Ohio State University’s Columbus or Wooster campus, you’ll want to catch the virtual sessions offered Sept. 22–24 as part of Farm Science Review.
For the first time in its almost 60-year history, FSR will not be held in person due to the COVID-19 pandemic.