When it comes to agricultural technology, I think that some of the changes we are currently seeing will become permanent; COVID is forcing many of us to change the way we think and conduct our jobs.
Sector attracts interest from high profile investors as consumers increasingly demand safe, nutritious food with traceability back to the farm
The demand for agronomists in the agriculture industry is growing every single day. Producing profitable crops while minimizing a farmers risk and benefiting their operation in the long term is getting more and more complex every year.
Village Farm Tiny Home Community Provides Austin Residents with Much-Needed Locally Grown Agrihood in Partnership with Green Gates Farms
Village Farm's Phase I home growth brings over 20 new tiny home sites available for purchasing nestled alongside the redeveloped farm. With the expansion comes further design elements and unique features including front and back patios, double lofts, and even a wood burning outdoor fireplace to ensure every home-owner can find an innovate layout to work for their lifestyle.
Texas-based start-up enables up to 50-80% rate reduction of crop protection products
RNAi manufacturing technology complements RNAissance Ag's developing portfolio of safe and effective biopesticides.
Farmers Edge and Palliser Insurance Partner to Connect Canadian Growers with Premium Crop Monitoring and Risk Management Solutions
Forming a seamless digital connection between growers and insurance professionals, this partnership establishes new levels of protection from the financial impact of hail
-New Group, headquartered in Switzerland, brings together Syngenta AG, ADAMA and agricultural activities of Sinochem -Syngenta Group is the global market leader in crop protection, global number three in seeds, market leader in fertilizer in China, the leading agricultural services provider in China -Global footprint with 48,000 employees across more than 100 countries makes it the most geographically and culturally diverse enterprise in agriculture
Field to Market's Sustainability Metrics and Algorithms Now Integrated into The Seam's Software Solutions
ClearBlade and Trilogy Networks Partner for the Rural Cloud Initiative - Bringing Advance Edge Computing for IoT and Industrial IoT Across Rural America
RCI coalition further enhanced with award winning IoT platform as they move to roll out 1.5M square miles of intelligent edge connectivity
Growers and Agricultural Professionals Can Leverage FarmCommand® In-Cab Intelligence Directly on Equipment Monitors to Optimize Fieldwork While Minimizing Risks
The Digital Transformation of the agricultural industry started many years ago, but the current COVID-19 pandemic has sped up this process for many businesses and individuals.
Consumer Physics Unveils SCiO for Corn - the World's First and Fastest In-Field Corn Moisture Analysis Solution
Consumer Physics' pocket-size solution enables farmers, agronomists and seed producers to test larger areas, project the optimal harvest time, save lab and dry-down costs, and increase yield potential
New program supports soil health partnerships with Kansas-area farmers
The Draganfly Commander Ag-Pro Package includes everything needed to perform crop health assessment, irrigation monitoring and yield optimization.
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