Global Agriculture Drone Market Expected to Reach USD 2,978.69 Million by 2021: Zion Research

Drones help farmer for better care of their crops and have a higher yield from the farm. Drones are used for crops and to keep an eye on livestock as well. The drones use a number of technology including infrared cameras, sensors, GPS, software and hardware application to help farmers to monitor and take better care of their crops. Drones may drastically cut the costs of crops monitoring and control water wastage also. Due to such benefits, agricultural drones are gaining popularity across the globe.

Discover the Eco Best Technology® behind SHOWA's biodegradable single use nitrile glove.

Any industry that requires a single-use, 100% nitrile glove can benefit from SHOWA's revolutionary and earth-friendly EBT gloves.

JLT Mobile Computers to showcase rugged tablet and IT solutions for precision farming at InfoAg

Already proven in smart farming applications across the world, JLT's rugged tablets and vehicle-mount computers address the precise requirements of the harsh agricultural value chain

Could the Price of Labor-Intensive Crops Increase?

New AAEA Member research investigates the factors in AJAE article

Alelion electrifies heavy vehicle manufacturer KAMAG with move into new segment

Mölndal May 08, 2018 Alelion electrifies heavy vehicle manufacturer KAMAG with move into new segment The German manufacturer of heavy vehicles KAMAG Transporttechnik GmbH & Co. KG, partners up with Alelion Energy Systems AB as it focuses on sustainable autonomous vehicles - soon to be powered by Swedish lithium-ion batteries. The KAMAG order is a significant move for Alelion into a new segment and an important step towards Sweden's first factory for large-scale production of lithium-ion batteries for vehicles.

Global Agricultural Drones Market to cross $1 billion by 2024

Agricultural Drones Market size was over USD 300 million in 2016. Global shipments are set to grow at over 13% CAGR from 2017 to 2024.

DuPont Industrial Biosciences Launches Three New Products for Fuel Ethanol Market

Innovations Part of the XCELIS™ Fuel Ethanol Platform, an Accelerator for Innovation in Grain Processing

Register Early for The InfoAg Conference Held July 17-19, 2018

The event, organized by the International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) draws agricultural professionals from the U.S. and around the world, and features a wide range of educational and networking opportunities for those interested in learning more about the latest precision agriculture techniques.

Groundbreaking New Trait Partnership Announced to Provide Greater Choice to Farmers

Beck's and Benson Hill Biosystems Partner to Co-Develop and Commercialize Novel Photosynthesis Trait to Improve Corn Yield and Sustainability

Agriculture Energy Coalition Voices Opposition to House Farm Bill Legislation

The Agriculture Energy Coalition's efforts to preserve and fund the energy title programs are supported by more than 200 renewable energy and energy efficiency trade associations and companies.

AgroVIR Adds Iteris ClearAg Content for Improved Harvest Operations Decision Support

European FMIS Provider to Offer Comprehensive Decision Support, Including Optimization of Harvest Operations with ClearAg Content

'AgTech Conference of the South' Introduces Keynote Speaker Lineup

Three-Day Conference to Feature 36 Industry Leaders Addressing the Future of Agriculture

QBE North America Supports Future Farming Innovation Startups

-- 12 Early-Stage Food and Agricultural Startups to Participate in Investment-Readiness Program --

Scholarships Available for Millennials in Ag

Florida Farm Bureau Federation is providing $2,000 in scholarships for members to attend the Young Farmers and Ranchers Leadership Conference, July 13-15 in St. Augustine.

Western Precooling Selects Zest Labs to Optimize Receiving Process Efficiency

Leading Fresh Produce Precooling Company to Use Zest Fresh to Promote Optimal Produce Freshness and Adherence to Processes

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