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May 2020 Story Lead Contest Winner Published in Farm Journal


On a congratulatory note, the winning story lead from the May 2020 contest has now been published in Farm Journal. 

The winning story lead came from the University of Hawaii at Manoa and was submitted by @Jeff Goodwin. From there, Farm Journal worked with the team at the University of Hawaii, including Dr. @Koon-Hui Wang, to produce the full story. 

The full story, Screenhouses Boost Marketable Yields for Farmers, is available here

In addition, Farm Journal featured this story on AgDay TV. That video can be found by scrolling to the bottom of the article. 

This story was also featured in the Overhe(a)rd podcast. You can find it anywhere you get your podcasts or take a listen here

Today is the deadline for the June 2020 Farm Journal Monthly Story Lead contest here in Connect Extension. Several story leads have already been submitted; if you didn't get a chance, you still have time! This month's topic is about the work you are doing to reduce food waste. Learn more here.

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