On this week's episode of the FarmBits podcasts, Katie and Natasha were joined by Mia Luong, a doctoral student at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Mia speaks with us on her knowledge of designing, implementing, and conducting the ins and outs of specialty crop research. She explains the role of technology in her pursuit of climate smart tools for specialty cropping systems including strawberries, carrots and more. Tune here as Mia shares her realities of conducting specialty crop research with insight to Digital Technolgies for Specialty cropping systems.
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Mia Luong Information:
Lab website: https://agronomy.unl.edu/wortman-research
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