Chad Ulven, North Dakota State University Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering, will speak at the 2016 Commodity Classic about a biodegradable soil-based sensor he helped to develop that, once placed throughout a crop, provides wireless, real-time information about nutrients, salinity levels, or soil temperature and moisture.
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