US Farmers Expand Hemp Acreage, Many Switching from Marijuana Production

Farmers in the US are quickly expanding hemp acreage to take advantage of the booming demand for CBD compounds used in therapeutic medical treatments and foods and beverages.

Joyce Hunter, Former Deputy CIO for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Joins NATIVE Advisory Board

Hunter has over 30 years of experience in the information technology industry and oversaw policy and planning for the USDA from 2013-17, including managing the annual IT spending budget of $3.4 billion.

GroGuru's New Website Includes Key Precision Agriculture Information

GroGuru has created blog and video content covering key aspects of strategic irrigation management

Precision Agriculture Market Outlook

The global precision agriculture market is dominated by North America, with a CAGR of 18% from 2019 to 2025, followed by European and Asia Pacific regions.

Soil Health Institute releases progress report on adoption of soil health practices

The report was developed by Rob Myers, Ph.D., a University of Missouri agronomist and Co-chair of the Soil Health Institute Policy Action Team, and Joe LaRose, a University of Missouri extension associate.

DroneDeploy Launches Single Enterprise Solution for All Drone Operations

New release delivers one platform to manage drone operations, capture all media types, and analyze data

IoT America Unveils First IoT Soil Monitoring Managed Services for Rural America

Initial managed services offering provides solutions that track soil moisture and temperature for golf courses, city parks, universities and all types of crops such as orchards, vineyards, row crops, soft-fruits and horticultural land use for bulbs, flowers and tree care.

Advanced Intelligent Systems to Showcase Autonomous Custom Robot at Cultivate'19

BigTop solves the repetitive and laborious task of moving and spacing pots of different sizes and weights in greenhouses and nurseries. BigTop can move up to nine plant pots at a time and then place the plants securely on its rotating robotic platform base.

AgJunction Secures Patent for Integrated Multi-Sensor Vehicle Control

AgJunction Inc. (TSX: AJX), the Autosteering Company™ ("AgJunction"), has announced that it has received a notice of allowance from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a patent titled "Integrated Multi-Sensor Control System and Method."

HerdDogg and National Bison Association Partner to Deliver In-Field Livestock Management for Bison Producers

National Bison Association leverages HerdDogg's technology to deploy mobile app that will help producers better understand herd health

Irrigation Association & Irrigation Foundation Join Forces

The Irrigation Association will continue the work started by the Foundation, strengthening their commitment to promoting careers in irrigation.

MicaSense and FluroSat Partner to Offer Science-Based Imagery and Agronomic Analytics to Commodity Crop Growers

FluroSat and MicaSense today announced their partnership to offer high-quality imagery and analytics products to growers and crop advisors. The collective capability of this agronomic solution will provide timely insights for optimising plant nutrition management. Users will benefit from MicaSense and FluroSat's shared focus on bringing scientifically validated agronomic solutions to the market. Such solutions will aid their production decision-making with the added value of imagery-guided proactive recommendations for crop management.

XAG Displayed the Promising Future of Agriculture Drone at the 3rd Drone World Congress

Themed with "Better Technology, Better Life", the congress emphasised the industry applications of drones in agriculture, public safety, land management, civil aviation, environmental protection, disaster rescue, etc.

Ceres Imaging Adds Variable Rate Application Zone Tool To Its Analytics Suite

In the wake of record setting rainfall, the new VRA zone tool will help growers create precise in-season zones

Farmers Combat Herbicide Drift Stress with Proven Technology from Cytozyme.

CROP+™ technology is helping growers manage crop loss due to herbicide stress to maintain plant performance and crop yield

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