Rising Waters, Growing Concerns: Safeguarding Farms from Flood Damage

With floods now a part of life for most of the USA, it's undoubtedly time that farms start to consider the measures they have in place to foster resilience and create barriers to those floods causing long-term damage.

New Holland Agriculture Publicly Launches the Industry's First All-Electric Utility Tractor with Autonomous Features -- the Revolutionary T4 Electric Power Tractor

Better performance than diesel, the T4 Electric Power offers powerful, emission-free and silent energy power with high torque and fast response achieved at the lowest speeds, promoting a new level of driving experience.

Unlocking the potential of climate-smart agriculture: why satellite-enabled IoT can be the key

A recent report from Viasat uncovered a significant desire among the global agriculture industry to enhance its Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) performance, with top priorities being water conservation and waste reduction, followed by achieving net zero target.

Highlighting Adaptive Practices for Climate Resilience in Agriculture

Climate resilience refers to the agricultural system's ability to recover from the impacts of climate change and even withstand them. This goes far beyond simply adapting to the new conditions.

NET ZERO AND CROP NUTRITION: WHEN IS ENOUGH, ENOUGH?

Andrew Blair, field technical manager at the UK's largest potato supplier Branston, explains how an Innovate UK funded project is examining the potential for reducing carbon in potato production from growing, through to storage and transport.

Revolutionizing Farming with AI: How Advanced Weather Stations Are Empowering Farmers

American crop yields are experiencing extreme difficulty due to repeated droughts and other extreme weather events. 2012 was a new low in terms of yields and, according to the Washington Post, 2022 was just as bad with 2023 matching those levels.

Fourth Annual AgTech Breakthrough Awards Program Showcases Leading Edge of Agricultural and Food Technology Innovation in 2023 Awards Program

The benefits of AgTech applications are almost endless - from increasing overall farm productivity to more sustainable farming processes and improvements in economic production, we're truly in a new era - Bryan Vaughn, Managing Director, AgTech Breakthrough

UbiQD Expands Collaboration with First Solar on Quantum Dot-Enhanced Solar Modules

Quantum dots (QDs) are semiconductor nanoparticles that exhibit high efficiency photoluminescence over a wide range of tunable colors, making them effective at optimizing light spectra.

Autonomous Technology Is the Key to Keeping up With Climate Change

Teams of agricultural scientists are interested in how autonomous technologies could help farmers and ranchers become aware of sick animals sooner. One example involves drones that can recognize unique cattle markings and track health statistics.

Three themes for the future of agriculture - Motorisation drives agriculture forward

Here, Dave Walsha, sales manager of DC motor supplier EMS, explores three themes key to ensuring the sector's future.

Expanded API Now Available for the Trimble Agriculture Cloud, Creating an Open Environment Benefiting Farmers and Their Partners

The availability of this API represents the next evolution of connectivity for agriculture integrators by coupling in-field devices and operational workflows for enabling compatibility with both Trimble and third-party agriculture applications.

AgLaunch Seeks Transformational AgTech Startup Applicants for Farmer-Focused AgLaunch365 Accelerator Program

The accelerator offers three key benefits to participants: farm-centric programming with facilitators who have deep ag expertise; farm trials executed and tracked by a team with agronomic, livestock, and data management expertise; and farmer engagement throughout the process.

Farmers remain cautiously optimistic about agricultural economy

The improvement in farmers' perspective on current conditions spilled over into a modest rise in July's Farm Capital Investment Index, up 3 points to a reading of 45.

Once Thought Impossible, Robots Can Harvest Ripe Strawberries

Harvest CROO has developed technology that can pick ripe strawberries without damaging the delicate fruit. A primary Harvest CROO goal is to help reduce U.S. obesity by keeping the supply of "super foods" like strawberries readily available and reasonably priced.

The Growth of Vertical Growing

Several companies have proven they can successfully grow various crops indoors with exceptional yields, but few of them are operating with a positive cash flow without continued investments.

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