Disease, Conservation Research at Iowa State Benefit from ISA
Thursday, April 28, 2016
By: Iowa Farmer Today
A study seeking to develop soybean “disease signatures,” detected with devices such as unmanned aerial vehicles, to help alert farmers of crop stress is one of 19 research projects funded this year at Iowa State University by the Iowa Soybean Association (ISA).
The association invested $2,117,688 in soybean checkoff dollars supporting this year’s research at ISU, according to a news release.
The ISA-funded research at ISU covers many areas of soybean production and environmental stewardship.
Read the full article at Iowa Farmer Today: Disease, Conservation Research at Iowa State Benefit from ISA