Solar SmartFlower Blooms at Lavender Pond Farm

Inspired by sunflowers and other phototropic plants that follow the sun across the horizon, the SmartFlower wakes up at sunrise, fans out its twelve solar "petals" to 194 square feet and automatically cleans itself in preparation for capturing the sun's rays.

Selecting a Precision AG Crop Scouting Solution

The rapidly growing remote sensing industry provides consumers multiple options to choose from. The challenge is selecting a crop scouting solution that's complete - that considers the sensor, software, and data analytics tools that provide the best value for your needs.

A Brief History of Modern Farming

The idea of growing plants year-round by controlling environmental factors dates back as far as the Roman Empire. Emperor Tiberius Caesar had moveable plant beds built that could grow cucumbers year-round by being brought inside during cold or unfavorable weather.

Beyond the Hype: AI in Agtech

With Agrilyst, growers can understand which of their crops are the highest performers based on yield, growth rate, or both and run production scenarios with higher performers having more space allocation. These recommendations help growers optimize the space on their farm and drive significantly higher revenues.

How do Drones Help Farmers?

How do drones help farmers? They increase yields, save time, increase return on investment, are easy to use, crop health imaging, water efficiency and other environmental benefits. Look to the sky.

DuPont Acquires Ag Software Company Granular to Accelerate Digital Ag Strategy and Help Farmers Operate More Profitable Businesses

Transaction Reflects DuPont's Commitment to Shaping the Agtech Market; Granular's CEO Sid Gorham to Lead Digital Agriculture for DuPont

No 'game of drones:' The serious future of unmanned aerial vehicles in agriculture

Drones may not replace the honeybee, but don't bet on a future of agriculture that doesn't increasingly depend on their capacity to reinvent 21st century farming.

Organic Dairy Farmer Albert Straus Announces the First Full-Scale Electric Truck Powered by Cow Poop

Straus' goal is to demonstrate to the farming community and public that farmers can implement and teach others practical solutions to climate change.

Huge Variation Found in Air Bulk Metering Systems

The Secret is Out-Average Variation of 20% in Product Distribution.

Northern Power Wind Turbines Generate Significant Energy Savings for New York Dairy Farm

Farming industry can reap benefits from clean wind power and energy incentive programs.

Emerging Agricultural Technologies

Today, there are approximately 1 billion people who are underfed; and with an expected 9 billion people inhabiting the earth by 2050, we must use all of the technology that farmers have at their disposal. Technology is giving some promising solutions to this problem.

Run Dot Run. The Workhorse of Tomorrow.

DOT is a diesel-powered, hydraulically driven platform equipped to carry any implement designed as DOT Ready™. Four lift-points lift the implement directly onto DOT's U-shaped structure, enabling DOT and the implement to become one unit.

Sentera Grows High-Precision Line With Release of Quad Sensor

Sentera introduces the latest update to its high-precision sensor product line, the Quad Sensor. Featuring four fully customizable imagers, the multispectral Quad Sensor is a precision agriculture, data-collection powerhouse.

Energy Technology Company Global Re-Fuel to Significantly Impact Poultry Industry with Cost-Effective Warm-air Biomass Furnace

Global Re-Fuel's warm-air biomass furnace - now in use on a farm in Texas - converts raw poultry litter into energy, providing heat to broiler houses while creating a pathogen-free organic fertilizer.

New IntelLiDrives XYZ Robot helps researchers to study plant development

XYZ Robot helps researchers develop hardier, weather-resistant crops

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