"Growth Turbo" CO2 - How Does CO2 Fertilisation Work in the Greenhouse?

Higher yields can be achieved by artificially increasing the CO2 concentration in the greenhouse, especially for vegetables. This offers greenhouse operators an enormous competitive advantage compared to outdoor cultivation.

Priva and Octinion combine robotic activities in Kompano: a leading technology company in horticultural robotics

The Dutch technology company Priva and the Belgian R&D group Octinion will merge their horticultural robotic activities under the Kompano flag.

Case Study: Combatting Crop Disease with Crop Intelligence

This case study will analyze how the use of Intelinair's AGMRI Decision Support Platform led a central Illinois group of growers to increase their fungicide purchases by over 20% in one season.

Selecting the Correct Material for Spray Nozzles: 8 Modern Options

The type of nozzle used affects both the amount of material applied to a particular area and how uniform the overall spray is, the amount of coverage, and the drift that could occur due to the nozzle.

Does Biochar Have a Future in Agriculture?

Although there are some excellent ideas to sequester carbon, one method may prove more effective than others. It's time to take a closer look at biochar and its potential future in agriculture.

On the Roof of Ecuador, XAG Spearheads Drones for Sustainable Andean Farming

The demonstrations on potato fields have presented the high potential of fully autonomous drones in reducing labour cost and agricultural pesticide exposure.

Autonomous Pivot Systems Create New Opportunities for Smart Irrigation

Pivot irrigation is an efficient method of watering crops. The center pivot station houses a motor and a water pumping station. Water comes from a lake or a river source and runs through pipes under the ground to the pivot center.

Florida Orchard Deploys Autonomous Tractor for Precision Agriculture Research

A large citrus grove in central Florida recently incorporated FreeWave Technologies' industrial wireless M2M communications solutions in a study of autonomous tractors utilized for mowing operations.

EarthOptics Raises $10.3 million in Series A Funding, Led by Leaps by Bayer, to Accelerate Carbon Mapping

Investment to help accelerate roll-out of soil mapping and machine learning technologies for most accurate soil carbon content and compaction readings

Polarity & Nutrient Uptake

Water is a perfect example of a polar molecule. In fact, the polarity of water is what makes it such a good solvent. When salt is added to water it dissolves because the water molecules arrange themselves around the different ions and isolate them.

Autonomous Vineyard and High-Density Orchard Sprayer

This progressive machine uses a combination of GPS, LiDAR and the latest technology to autonomously roll down each row spraying with precision and efficiency.

Supercharge Your Scouting: Connect to the Best in Field Imagery

Scouting technology has never been more advanced. But this added sophistication does not mean field health imagery tools are more complicated or unfriendly.

What to Look for in a Greenhouse Light Plan

When it comes to lighting a greenhouse or any indoor grow facility, the number of factors to consider can seem overwhelming. Should you choose intelligent LEDs? Should you go old-school with HPS?

New IDTechEx Report Outlines the Future of the Agricultural Robotics Industry

A technological and market evaluation of the agricultural robotics industry including weeding robots, seeding robots, autonomous tractors, robotic implement carriers, robotic harvesting, agricultural drones, and milking robots

Carbon Robotics Closes $27 Million In Series B Financing Round Led by Anthos Capital

The Autonomous Weeder is an autonomous robot that utilizes high-power lasers to eradicate weeds through thermal energy without disturbing the soil. The robot allows farmers to use less herbicides and reduce labor.

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