Agriculture relies heavily on water. Irrigation alone accounts for 65% of freshwater withdrawals globally, excluding thermoelectric power. It should come as no surprise, then, that water technologies are essential to agriculture's future.
New technologies have emerged and been adapted over the years, shifting away from the more traditional animal-drawn equipment and making the shift to powered tools.
Point One and Quectel partnership creates highly affordable, small and easy to use high precision GNSS module integrating RTK for mass market applications
Committed to practicing sustainable agriculture and production, their facility has been outfitted with motion sensor lighting and solar panels to displace nearly 100% of the company's electricity.
- The zero-emission e70N tractor is one of this year's Top-10 New Products, selected by World Ag Expo officials as a cutting-edge product to help farmers save time and money - Solectrac will showcase the e70N tractor, with groundbreaking zero-emission technology specifically designed for vineyard operations, at the World Ag Expo, Feb. 8-10, 2022 in Tulare, Calif.
The demand for LaserWeeders is enormous. We are just getting started on our mission to help farmers reduce chemical use, minimize tilling, and overcome labor challenges associated with conventional weed control methods.
Climate change may affect the production of maize (corn) and wheat as early as 2030 under a high greenhouse gas emissions scenario, according to a new NASA study published in the journal, Nature Food.
aquaManager, the leading aquaculture management software brand is excited to announce the expansion of the long-lasting partnership with Kılıç Deniz, towards the full digitization of production, using IoT technologies, mobile applications and brand-new Azure cloud infrastructure.
ONDO Smart Farming Solutions announcing a Kickstart program for irrigation automation of small and mid-size farms
ONDO Smart Farming Solutions is glad to announce the launch of its Kickstart program. The program will allow small and mid-size farmers from 10 select countries to implement precise automated irrigation on their farms, at an exclusive price.
One of the biggest obstacles to profitability in the agriculture industry is knowing how much fertilizer to use. If farmers don't use enough, yields will be low, and profitability will suffer.
EOS Data Analytics Announces Partnership with Epik Systems to introduce precision agriculture and carbon management tech to small-scale farmers
True Grace and The Carbon Underground Announce Partnership to Accelerate Consumer Education About Soil Health and the Importance of Regenerative Agriculture
Kicking off on World Soil Day, December 5, the companies offer unique opportunity for consumers to actively participate in soil restoration through The Carbon Underground's Adopt-A-Meter program
"This acquisition will add strong innovation capabilities to accelerate our precision and digital strategy. I would like to commend both the Raven and CNH Industrial teams who are collaborating closely on a seamless transition to make this truly transformative deal progress smoothly."
China's largest agriculture platform, pledged to deepen its investment in research and development (R&D) and agricultural technology to raise productivity and promote long-term sustainable development.
• New Agmatix technology creates a single engine that translates crop science into real life actions by digitizing research data, allowing agro-professionals to increase crop yields and improve quality while limiting environmental impact • Solution uItilizes machine learning and artificial intelligence to enable statistically and scientifically stronger models and decision support systems - helping to unlock mainstream use of big data in agronomy to increase global yields
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