Alabama Extension adopts new digital-driven era

Langcuster, Jim
May 2013
Southeast Farm Press Exclusive Insight;5/16/2013, p2
The article talks about the Alabama Cooperative Extension System and its digital upgrades. One of the biggest challenges for the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, according to Middle Tennessee State University biology professor Patrick Doyle, is managing and using electronic data. Dale Monks, Alabama Cooperative Extension System physiologist, says that quick response to information, or holistic real-time response (HRT), is the best solution to data management in 21st century farming.


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