Decreasing Soil Tillage May Reduce Carbon Release

Decreasing soil tillage can reduce carbon emissions. Reducing these greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture can help combat climate change and lead to a more sustainable agricultural system - and ultimately a more sustainable environment.

AGRI-TECH INNOVATOR TESTS IMAGING DETECTION TECHNOLOGY DURING EXTENDED POTATO SEASON

The TuberScan system comprises of a bespoke ground penetrating radar (GPR) system, GPS units and in-field and remote sensors, backed up by computer vision and AI, which provide detailed information on potato crop growth characteristics and performance.

Making biological crop amendments the new normal

A biological, alternative crop amendment identifies a plant's natural resistance to environmental stressors such as pests and weather, and amplifies that quality to create an environmentally friendly substitute for synthetic products.

Intersolar Europe: Agrivoltaics - Harvesting Solar Power

The session "Agricultural PV in France and Germany: Potential, Business Models and Best Practice" on June 15 at 3:20pm CEST at the Intersolar Forum will be presenting an extensive overview of solutions and applications that already work.

How to Ensure Freshness from Farm to Fork

With advancements in supply chain resources and quality control measures, the AgTech industry has the potential to revolutionize how we think about fresh produce.

Is Commercial Agriculture Experiencing Another Tech Revolution?

For those of us with boots on the ground in the industry, we recognize that the commercial farming sector has quickly become the target industry for some of the most innovative and exciting technological advances of our generation.

Diageo introduces drones to drive farming efficiency and environmental benefits across tequila farming in Mexico

Drones in tequila farming to build data on agave plants to drive better farming decisions, reduce water and fertilizer use and decrease the use of vehicles to reduce carbon emissions

What Is Traceability and Can We Make It a Reality for Livestock?

Traceability determines if a disease is foreign or endemic. Ranchers have long relied on the classic metal or plastic ear tag for tracking purposes, but new technology has expanded traceability efforts to include electronic IDs.

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE AND STATE BOARD OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURE LAUNCH AG VISION FOR THE NEXT DECADE

The plan - which will guide areas of focus for CDFA and serve as a catalyst for action with farmers and ranchers, and other California agencies and partners - is being hailed as not just a plan for agriculture, but a plan to benefit every Californian.

Study determines optimum height for drones to fly and target desert locusts with biopesticide

A study, led by the first winner of the inaugural Carol Ellison Science Award 2021, has determined the optimum height for a drone to fly and target desert locusts with biopesticides in order for it be most effective as a tool to fight the devastating crop pest.

Frito-Lay and Quaker Open New Industry-Leading Greenhouse Learning Center to Fast-Track Sustainable Packaging Innovation

The R&D packaging team will use the Greenhouse Learning Center to test the biodegradation properties of compostable packages in different environments to accelerate learnings and validate lab results.

3 Ways Agribusinesses Can Protect Their Data

Agribusinesses must take data security seriously as data becomes more valuable to cybercriminals. Three best practices for protecting digital information include securing endpoints, choosing vendors wisely, and knowing where data resides.

Drones Revolutionizing Weed Management and Crop Care

Drones can broadcast chemicals over entire fields or apply them to specific plants with remarkable accuracy. Fixed-wing planes take a clumsy approach - as the product leaves the tank in a hazy cloud, much of it blows beyond the pasture's edge.

MIGAL Spearheading Transition of Agri-Photovoltaics From Vision to Reality: Hosts SunnySide APV Summit 2023 & Launches Agri-PV Knowledge Center

"We are excited about agrivoltaics' potential to improve land use, scale the production of clean energy and reduce food shortages - especially given the growing challenges facing agriculture in so many regions."

S2G Ventures' Annual Report Unveils Trends Shaping the Future of Food & AgTech in 2023

The future of food is being propelled by seismic tailwinds: massive demographic change spurring new consumer demand, significant advancements in the biology, chemistry and physics of food production to create new choices, and sustainability-minded investors.

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