How the University of Lincoln Uses AI to Grow the UK's Millions of Strawberries to Perfect Ripeness

Through this new technology, robots will run through strawberry greenhouses in the north of England, gathering video footage that gets analyzed by AI as the robot moves along.

Developing Big-Data Models of Soybean SDS with Agmatix

A coalition of extension pathologists from five midwest universities and Ontario Ministry of Agriculture are participating in a study of SDS outbreaks to determine how to predict where they are most likely to occur and the severity of their occurrence.

Implementing Greenhouse Shelving to Optimize Growing Space

Without effective organization or a convenient growing area, plants can be inadequately spaced, and growers miss out on potential profits since they aren't using their greenhouse to its full potential.

AgriTech Provides a More Precise Approach to Pest Management

Intensifying agriculture using current farming methods will only amplify the harmful effects it has on the environment. Advances in agricultural technology may provide alternative farming methods that are less damaging and more productive.

Control Grow Conditions Like a Millionaire Without Spending a Fortune

Technology breakthroughs and innovative design have resulted in a new way to monitor and control the future of food production. Ensora Systems powers its monitoring and communications with any light - from LED light to sunlight.

Cincoze DS-1002 Improves Automated Process for Asparagus Sorting

The cleaned asparagus is transported to optical quality recognition station and from there to the appropriate collecting container, which is subdivided into different quality levels. Images of asparagus were captured by cameras and transmitted by Firewire signals.

How Growers Can Protect Against Rising Energy Prices and Switch to LED Lighting

If you're a grower who's concerned about the ongoing surge in energy prices, switching to LED lighting is a simple step you can take to mitigate against rising costs in the meantime.

Developing Bioplastics in the Agricultural Industry

The Hub will be the focal point for developing and testing new sustainable materials and bioplastics to tackle growing plastic pollution as well as investigating waste feedstock options within British agricultural operations.

How Hydroponic Farming Can Reduce the Cost of Lettuce

Leafy greens are some of the best plants to grow hydroponically, and lettuce is an excellent plant to start out growing hydroponically. Here are some tips and tricks that will help you grow your own lettuce to reduce the growing retail prices.

MagGrow System helps Fate Sparrow Farm Improve Spray Coverage with Significant Chemical Savings

Before using MagGrow, Sparrow could cover an average of 500 acres a day. Now, he can cover 800-1,000 acres in the same amount of time.

A Guide To Horticultural Lighting

Artificial lighting is essential for growing plants indoors. This guide will walk you through the basics of understanding commercial horticultural lighting and things to take into consideration when shopping for fixtures.

How Urban Agriculture Improves Produce Shelf Life

If you've ever had a home garden, you've probably noticed that the fruits and vegetables you grow seem to last a lot longer than the ones you buy at the grocery store. Likewise, produce from farmers' markets tends to last a lot longer. What causes this discrepancy?

How to increase your efficiency with Machine Vision

Today's agriculture is facing an increasing number of challenges - high production and labor cost despite the lack of skilled workers is only one out of many. To face these challenges, machine vision has become an integral part of many applications used in agriculture.

Russian Farm Explores Use of XAG Agricultural Drones to Boost Rice Yield

In the South of Russia, XAG's agricultural drone has been introduced to the full cycle of rice cultivation. It brings new hope to farmers as the use of drone demonstrates the potential to reduce the cost of rice production.

Robot Solution for Automating the Lettuce Harvest

The lettuce's outer, or 'wrapper', leaves will be mechanically removed to expose the stem. Machine vision and artificial intelligence are then used to identify a precise cut point on the stem to neatly separate the head of lettuce.

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