The Integrated Crop Management website offers numerous RSS feeds. An RSS feed is a way of automatically subscribing to information on a website.
Tools that can be used to subscribe to feeds from Integrated Crop Management include:
- Feedly, a free online service to organize your RSS feeds.
- Apple's Safari browser: subscribe to an RSS feed using these instructions. Apple calls feeds "Shared Links."
- Firefox browser: subscribe to an RSS feed using these instructions. Firefox calls feeds "Live Bookmarks."
- Chrome browser: install the RSS subscription extension by clicking "Add to Chrome."
Here are some ways you can use RSS feeds to get content from Integrated Crop Management:
Get a Feed of All Content
Get a Feed of Just ICM News Articles
Get a Feed of Just ICM Blog Posts
Get a Feed of One Person's Blog
First, go to that person's blog, for example, Erin Hodgson's blog. Look at the URL, then add /rss.xml to the end:
Get a Feed of a Category
All content on Integrated Crop Management is categorized. If you are only interested in content that is in a single category, you can subscribe to that content with the following RSS feeds: