GroGuru to Showcase Its Breakthrough Solution for Strategic Irrigation Management at AgLaunch Future of Ag Field Day
GroGuru's wireless underground system enables permanent installation of soil sensors in field crops, enabling farmers to increase crop yield and more efficiently use water
"We think this tool could be used to help farmers more accurately apply fertiliser by measuring nutrients in the soil around plant roots," he says.
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Smart Agriculture Market is projected to report a CAGR of 13.5% between 2017 and 2025 and will rise from US$6.55 bn in 2015 to US$23.44 bn by the end of 2025
Partnership encourages youth engagement, locally and nationally, to support the future of agriculture
The use of smartphones among farmers has been steadily increasing since 2009, and this is expected to grow extensively in the coming years. Additionally, labor costs account for nearly 60% of the total agriculture costs.
BASF and Ontera Collaborate on Precision Diagnostics to Support Farmers With In-Field Disease Monitoring
Portable detection device to be further developed for crop analysis Real-time results will support farmers to address threats faster and more accurately
Confidence in the ag economy soars; producers confirm large prevented plantings of corn and soybeans
A big driver of sentiment was producers' improved expectations for current economic conditions. The Index of Current Conditions, a sub-index of the ag barometer, increased 44 points in July to a reading of 141, marking the largest one month improvement since data collection began in October of 2015.
High consumer expectations, low levels of appreciation make it tough to be a farmer, finds new research
Farmers should care most about "providing safe, healthy, abundant and affordable food," said a majority of survey takers. Yet those same respondents would prefer their food come from smaller/specialty, local or organic farms-which can't necessarily compete on cost.
FluroSat appoints new CTO following strong vote of confidence from investors in its latest funding round
FluroSat today announced the appointment of Juan Delard de Rigoulieres Mantelli as its Chief Technology Officer based in its Sydney, Australia office.
Overcoming the challenges of disparate devices and data at Agri-Tech East's 'Connected Farm' event
ScoutPro Partners with Farmers Edge to Boost Crop Monitoring Capabilities with Daily Satellite Imagery
Highly rated among retailers and other agricultural service providers, ScoutPro offers top-of-the-line field observation software and solutions built on high-quality information
Future-Facing. Massive Power. Loaded with Tons of Features. The All New M8 Series Makes Kubota a Formidable Player in North America's Large Utility Tractor Segment
Forbes Announced AgTech Summit In Indianapolis With Focus On The Future Of Food, Animal Health, Soybeans And More
This event will continue the conversation around the "future of food," with a special focus on animal health, protein and crops like soybeans that are produced in the Midwest. It will explore solutions to the critical challenges affecting the world's food supply.
- Western Canada's Ag in Motion Farm Expo gives top honor to xarvio™ Scouting app in the Plant and Soil Science category - xarvio Scouting app identifies crop stresses through instant photo recognition
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