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The iPhone and iPad, as the most popular personal computers on the planet, have had a huge impact on the lives of people around the world.

With its touch-enabled interfaces, iPhones and iPads have been transformed into tools for the 21st century.

It’s time we start thinking about how we’re going to do the same for agriculture, too.

A few years ago, we had a chance to talk to an agricultural economist from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, who explained to us how we could take the iPhone to the next level.

With the help of a few basic principles, he suggested, we could make an agricultural device that is much smarter than the current crop and harvest technologies.

It would be like a new kind of farmer, one that could take all of the latest tools, technology and tools and apply them to produce food and feed the world, with less than a 10-minute commute.

The Economist article A smart farm iPhone: A smart crop farm iPhone The smart crop is a term we’ve heard used in agriculture circles for crops that can be grown and harvested in an efficient, cost-effective way.

The idea is that you can use a smartphone to send a map of your field to a local, automated tool and that tool will do all the work of growing and harvesting the crops in your field.

This will be your “smart” farm, and it’s not just any smart farm, it’s a smart crop.

The first crop to be able to do this is corn, because it’s one of the fastest growing crops in the world and because of its unique genetics.

In the 1960s, farmers were planting corn at high altitudes to make it more productive, which meant it was able to harvest more corn per acre.

The world’s crop production increased by 10% per year.

This helped create a demand for more corn in the United States, and the world’s farmers and corn exporters are all farmers.

But as the technology improved, the demand for corn decreased.

This meant that the crop production had to be grown closer to the land, which led to less efficient yields.

So the farmers had to go back to the drawing board.

The answer was to automate the process.

They had to do it by taking the tools of the world in their hands and putting them into an iPhone.

This is what the iPhone was built for, and now the crop farmers have the power to control yields.

It can read the GPS coordinates of a field and use the GPS data to estimate what type of crop you have and what type it should be.

It has a GPS receiver that tells it exactly where it should move, and a camera that tells the app to take the photos and send them to the farmer’s smartphone.

The app is able to read and understand the GPS coordinate, and then it can automatically send that information to a farm that will then grow the crop, even if the field is a few miles away.

The iPhone can also be used to get directions, to help you get from one place to another, and to tell the farmer where to plant the seeds that will produce more corn.

It even has an LED light to give you an idea of what’s going on around you.

This smart crop can also tell the phone when to stop growing and how to harvest the crop.

When it comes to harvesting, the iPhone also has a remote control that can also send data back to your phone, so the crop can be harvested more efficiently.

It also has Bluetooth to make your life much easier.

The only downside to this smart crop?

You’ll have to go out and buy a whole new iPhone to use it.

The farmers who were originally using it were very excited about it, but as time went on, they realized that the iPhone is not really a smart farm anymore.

In fact, the phone is really just an app that can collect a bunch of data and send that data to the app.

So it’s going to be really difficult to keep it up-to-date with the world as we go forward.

But with this crop that’s being developed, we can keep the iPhone as our first-class citizen and make it even smarter.

For the farmers, the new crop will be able help them save money, too, since the cost of farming will be greatly reduced.

It will also help farmers who have had their crops harvested and are unable to go ahead with a new crop.

With all the advanced technology we have now, a farmer with an iPhone could easily make up to $1,000 in profits.

That’s just the start.

For our next article, we’ll look at how farmers can take this crop to the extreme, to create a crop that can yield the same amount of corn as an average American farm.

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