Future vision for lawn care - the smart private gardener

The future robot is described as an AI-driven machine that protects your garden's health and maximizes biodiversity, while seamlessly adapting to your personal needs.

7 Innovative Strategies for Streamlining Agriculture Transportation Models

As the situation grows direr, agriculture professionals will have no choice but to rethink and redesign transportation models. Already, many have turned to innovative solutions to streamline the process and keep up with demanding customers.

Designing Skid Steers With a Shorter Preventative Maintenance Checklist

In this blog post, we'll lay out typical preventative maintenance measures for skid steers and talk about how you can use self-lubricating plastic components to design machinery with less maintenance requirements.

Rijk Zwaan autonomous growing trial delivers confidence

Rijk Zwaan and Blue Radix have undertaken a joint initiative for a unique production comparison with autonomous growing. Implementing artificial intelligence (AI) in Rijk Zwaan's seed production process has many advantages.

Wageningen University, IFA, and Agmatix Collaborate in an Ongoing Project to Analyse Crop Nutrients

This data will be used to improve our understanding of ongoing trends in crop nutrient uptake and removal and make it easier to create decision support systems to determine how to optimize crop production in a sustainable way under changing environmental conditions.

Peeling onions to help crops withstand drought and disease

Researchers are using synchrotron light to literally peel back the onion on cell walls to help plants better withstand the stresses caused by climate change and disease.

Researchers Analyze H2O Absorption via Goldeye SWIR Cameras

The LemnaTec system, called Scanalyzer3D, utilizes advanced cameras from Allied Vision to provide researchers with previously unavailable data on plant growth, root development, water absorption and drying, and photosynthesis.

Enhancing Plant Growth using LED Light:

Located at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, the lab's team of dedicated researchers led by Dr. R. Glen Uhrig are working around the clock to unlock the mystery surrounding signalling events that control plant growth and development.

Improving a Farming Fleet's Fuel Economy: 10 Impactful Changes

It may not be the first consideration to come to mind, but fuel economy is a crucial factor in running a farm. Agriculture has an infamously large carbon footprint, emitting 698 million metric tons of CO2 equivalent in 2018.

Bringing Technology to Agriculture Co-ops

Many farmers are adopting cooperative (co-op) business methods to enhance equality and success in the workplace. When agricultural professionals work together, they have better access to essential supplies and markets.

How the University of Lincoln Uses AI to Grow the UK's Millions of Strawberries to Perfect Ripeness

Through this new technology, robots will run through strawberry greenhouses in the north of England, gathering video footage that gets analyzed by AI as the robot moves along.

Developing Big-Data Models of Soybean SDS with Agmatix

A coalition of extension pathologists from five midwest universities and Ontario Ministry of Agriculture are participating in a study of SDS outbreaks to determine how to predict where they are most likely to occur and the severity of their occurrence.

Risks of using AI to grow our food are substantial and must not be ignored, warn researchers

AI is on the cusp of driving an agricultural revolution, and helping confront the challenge of feeding our growing global population in a sustainable way. But researchers warn that using new AI technologies at scale holds huge risks that are not being considered.

Implementing Greenhouse Shelving to Optimize Growing Space

Without effective organization or a convenient growing area, plants can be inadequately spaced, and growers miss out on potential profits since they aren't using their greenhouse to its full potential.

AgriTech Provides a More Precise Approach to Pest Management

Intensifying agriculture using current farming methods will only amplify the harmful effects it has on the environment. Advances in agricultural technology may provide alternative farming methods that are less damaging and more productive.

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