How Can We Make Urban Agriculture More Sustainable?

Urban farmers face unique challenges, from limited space to logistical hurdles, making the dream of a greener cityscape both a necessity and a challenge. As such, sustainable practices in urban agriculture are not just beneficial but essential for the future of city living.

Mars Snacking and Unreasonable Group Announce Unreasonable Food™ Year 1 Venture Cohort Aiming to Redefine the Future of Sustainable Food

Mars and Unreasonable Group collaboration will work together with fifteen rapid growth ventures across five continents in the first year, supporting sustainability and Net Zero by 2050.

Oregon's Market of Choice Invests in a More Resilient Local Food Economy in the Face of Climate Change

Dry farmers try to select a site with deep soil and good water-holding characteristics and then utilize a suite of practices to conserve soil moisture for crop growth.

VoltServer Digital Electricity™ Will Power the Next Iteration of Tech-Enabled Vertical Farming at Hardee Fresh

Hardee Fresh's new state-of-the-art vertical farm will rely on Digital Electricity solutions to simplify power distribution and ensure energy-efficient operations.

What are the Realistic Expectations for Biopesticides to Replace Synthetics in Commercial Agriculture?

As the spotlight shines on biopesticide development more than ever before, it is important to consider the fact that incorporating these - ideally - ecofriendly methods of pest control encompass more than simply embracing green alternatives.

Building the Business Case for Conservation Agriculture and Redefining Our Approach to Feeding the World

The large commercial farming operations are clearly of the opinion that conservation agriculture, which targets a considerable reduction in inorganic fertilizer and pesticides, is a fringe food option.

AI Enhancing Nanotechnology in Agriculture: A Leap Forward in Sustainable Farming

The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) into nanotechnology is revolutionizing agriculture, offering unprecedented opportunities to enhance crop productivity, pest control, and environmental sustainability

Neboda Farms Adopts Skytree Direct Air Capture Unit for More Sustainable Carbon Dioxide Production

Spain-based vertical farming company will reduce CO2 costs by 79% deploying Skytree's technology in its growing processes

AGCO Announces Sustainable Test Farm in North Dakota

"Dakota Smart Farm" is dedicated to developing sustainable farming practices and high-value retrofit precision technology solutions.

Using technological innovation for environmental benefits

The industrial camera manufacturer IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH from Obersulm feels responsible for keeping its ecological footprint as small as possible. This is reflected in its own business activities.

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

Climate change, driving extreme weather events and industry commitments to deliver net zero are focusing the attention of the potato supply chain on how to reduce the carbon footprint of the crop.

The Role of Biodiversity in a Profitable and Sustainable Farm

The biological environment encompasses many sub-factors, such as soil health, water retention, biodiversity, and chemical composition, just to name a few. With so many factors at play, it can be hard to know where to start, and which should be the priority.

Ethical Solutions to 5 Common Issues Caused by Industrial Agriculture

Industrial agriculture enables higher efficiency levels and product volumes, feeding more people and earning businesses higher profits.

Seafields will develop stationary aquafarms together with MacroCarbon

By baling and storing large quantities of the seaweed at over 4000 metres below sea level in the deep abyssal plain of the Atlantic Ocean, the company aims to trap a gigatonne every year of atmospheric carbon dioxide for thousands of years.

Decreasing Soil Tillage May Reduce Carbon Release

Decreasing soil tillage can reduce carbon emissions. Reducing these greenhouse gas emissions in agriculture can help combat climate change and lead to a more sustainable agricultural system - and ultimately a more sustainable environment.

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