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Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Many farmers across the Buckeye State are making a lot of progress when it comes to harvesting soybeans. The hot, dry early fall weather is causing the moisture levels of soybeans to be lower than they should be for optimum yield. In this week’s DuPont Pioneer Field Report, the Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins visits with Field Agronomist Ryan Terry about the implications of harvesting low moisture soybeans.
Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagement The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology marshall kirkpatrick Related Posts Tags:#Location#mobile#web Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech … Imagine being able to look blocks or miles away from where you are and see how many people are hanging out at an intersection – in real time. Add a layer of precisely located Twitter messages, Foursquare check-ins, Flickr photos and other social data and what have you got? That sounds like a super power right out of a comic books to me: remote vision of where people are gathering and what they are saying.That’s what Skyhook Wireless has built as a demonstration for the forthcoming San Francisco Marathon. Skyhook is the company that provides the technology that iPhones, Motorola, and many other phones, use to discover a user’s location based on what wifi signals their phone is within reach of. Skyhook has driven all around the country and mapped out wifi, so it can augment the GPS signal your phone uses to determine your location. Now it’s publishing a real-time heatmap of where phone users are: see where people are gathering far away and what they are saying right now.Click below to see a full size image of the Skyhook San Francisco Marathon page.Of course this is just a proof of concept right now, and it doesn’t display terribly well yet on a mobile device, but it’s not hard to imagine seeing this scale up and out to other places and events. Want to draw a geo-fenced area of interest on a map and get an alert when an unusual number of people starts gathering somewhere inside that area? Want to get a live satellite video feed of said gathering pushed to your iPad? Well, Sergeant Snoopy, I’m not sure whether that’s a good idea or a bad one – but it doesn’t seem outside the realm of near-term possibilities anymore. The APIs are on their way.This is the kind of analysis and service that can be built on top of real-time anonymous aggregate information. Does this feel like a privacy violation? Is it worth the trade-off?
Steve Clark, the university’s vice president for marketing and university relations, said by telephone there have been no other problems with CLT panels on the project, and that the university remained “completely committed” to the construction technique.“It came completely out of the blue,” he said, adding that unexpected problems can crop up with virtually any building material.D.R. Johnson referred questions to its outside public relations representative, but the call was not returned.Clark said that 574 CLT panels had been set at the time of the incident, and that only 60 of them remain to be installed. The inquiry by an outside engineering firm was to extend into next week.It’s a rare sour note for a building material that is seeing wider use on commercial projects in the U.S. and Canada. Proponents say CLTs have a smaller carbon footprint than more conventional steel-and-concrete structures, and can shorten construction times. Panels have been used successfully on a number of well-publicized projects around the country, including a building at the University of Massachusetts (see the “Related Articles” sidebar above) and an office tower in Minneapolis. A number of other buildings made with CLTs are in the works.Clark says the university intends to complete Peavy Hall with the panels, as soon as engineers have taken a look at the one that failed and certified that others on the project are sound. The building is due to be completed early in 2019. Can Wood Replace Concrete and Steel in Skyscrapers?UMass Opens ‘Landmark’ Timber Building Wolfe Island Passive: Building With Cross-Laminated Timber RELATED ARTICLES A 4-foot by 20-foot cross-laminated timber panel in a building under construction at Oregon State University failed earlier this month, prompting the university to hire an outside engineer to investigate but leaving its commitment to the construction technique intact.The panel fell March 14 after one end delaminated, according to an article in the Gazette-Times in Corvallis, Oregon. The 7 1/2-inch thick panel was made from five layers of 2×6 boards glued up at right angles (see image #2 below). No one was hurt in the incident.When completed, the three-story, 80,000-square-foot building called Peavy Hall will be the new home of the College of Forestry. The panel was manufactured by D.R. Johnson in Riddle, Oregon, the first fabricator in the country to manufacture cross-laminated timber (CLT) panels certified for structural applications.
In the agriculturally-rich Hanumangarh district of northern Rajasthan, the seepage of water from the Indira Gandhi Canal into about 30 villages of Pilibanga and Rawatsar blocks is set to decide the depth of support to different political parties in the Assembly election. Two generations of farmers, facing the problem for 40 years, have felt betrayed by politicians here.Turned into wastelandOver 4,370 hectares of fertile land in the region has become wasteland with the canal waters flooding the agricultural land as well as houses. The water seeps into the fields, but is unable to go deep because of the underground gypsum layer. As a result, the salted water floods and destroys the land.Neither any compensation nor the assistance for rejuvenation of land has been given to the farmers, leading to resentment in the agricultural community. Farmers have now taken a pledge to support only that party which helps them raise their living standards. Many farmers, who were once rich, have been driven to penury with their land becoming infertile.Dhanna Ram Godara, bio-farming head of the Bharatiya Kisan Sangh in the district, who has led an agitation on the issue for more than a year, told The Hindu that the drainage of water through pipelines had turned out to be impractical. “Some farmers were relocated and allotted land elsewhere in 1992. The problem persists because of insensitivity of the successive governments. It has affected 26,000 families,” he said.After signing an agreement with the agitating farmers in October 2017, the BJP government pursued the matter with the Centre. A comprehensive plan with the Central allocation for a project to remove water from the fields was still awaited, Jakhdawali-based activist Bhajan Lal pointed out. However, lining of the Indira Gandhi Canal’s distributaries by adding an impermeable layer at the edges has been taken up at some places.State Water Resources Minister Ram Pratap, who was instrumental in making Hanumangarh a district in 1994, is contesting the election as a BJP candidate again from the constituency. As the farmers in the seepage-affected areas expect him to do something to help them out, he is facing anti-incumbency in his constituency.Elsewhere in the district, elections to the irrigation water utilisers’ associations — under the Bhakra irrigation system’s second division — have been delayed because of the model code of conduct being enforced for the Assembly polls. At present, the Irrigation Department’s officials are running the 49 canal distributaries in the system, supplying water to 277 villages in Ghaggar, Khara and Pilibanga blocks.Right to manage Farmers have been given the right to manage the affairs of canals under the Rajasthan Farmers’ Participation in Management of Irrigation Systems Act, 2000. The election of chairpersons of water utilisation associations enables them to control the works such as delineation of areas, fixing the turn of fields to get irrigation waters, sanctioning the construction of new heads and maintenance and cleanliness of the distributaries.With the ruling BJP having represented all the five Assembly constituencies in the district in 2013, the voters in the city, situated near Ghaggar river, as well as in the rural areas are still waiting for resolution of the issues of lack of agro-based industries, poor infrastructure for civic amenities and closure of the local spinning mill.CPI(M) candidate from Bhadra Balwan Singh Poonia, who had lost to the BJP’s Sanjeev Kumar in the 2013 election, expects to turn the tide this time and get farmers’ support while campaigning for more water for irrigation and better minimum support prices for agricultural produce.Interestingly, the district administration here has launched an intensive campaign to ensure a good turnout of voters during the December 7 polling. The initiatives for releasing posters of a “Votu” mascot and playing of jingles in the local dialect have attracted the people. A mobile app to enable the people to take a pledge to cast their votes, after which they get a signed certificate, had especially generated a “sense of participation” among the electorate, said Collector Dinesh Chandra Jain.