Growers now can more closely monitor accumulated chilling hours, an important factor that tracks how long fruit plants have been exposed to an ideal range of cool temperatures throughout the dormant season.
The Data Hub allows researchers, innovators, and industry professionals to access publicly available data to enable data-driven decisions and increase profitability for farmers by breaking down data silos.
In the 21st century, farming has become more efficient because of precision agriculture. Here's a guide on precision farming, its equipment and what professionals must consider when adopting this technology.
The adoption of emerging technologies and SaaS for precision farming is still in its early stages in India, but it is growing rapidly. With the sector witnessing high technological advancements that are affordable, it is set to revolutionize Indian agriculture.
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.
When old project management is engrained, but not working, how do you even begin to adopt new software? Practicalities aside, how can the transition be designed to be cost-effective?
This article explores how data-driven technology is reshaping the agriculture industry, paving the way for a more sustainable and efficient future.
Fieldin Partners With Fruitspec to Provide Yield Inventory Technology to Apple Growers in the Pacific Northwest
FruitSpec's innovative technologies automatically track fruit sizes and quantities throughout the growing season so growers, packing houses and sales desks can better align fruit inventories to meet market demands.
On the outside, it would seem that ag-tech is having its 2009 Apple iPhone moment, quipping "there's an app for that", but as commercial farmers are beginning to realize, having access to too much information can sometimes be as detrimental as having no information at all.
Agricultural yields must improve, but farms can't expand the way they have for much of their history. The solution to this problem is data analytics.
This data will be used to improve our understanding of ongoing trends in crop nutrient uptake and removal and make it easier to create decision support systems to determine how to optimize crop production in a sustainable way under changing environmental conditions.
Pure Green Farms uses innovative technology and proprietary data to grow high quality produce that consumers can trust. With LUNA, Pure Green Farms gives comfort to retailers with visual plant provenance, establishing a high bar of safety for its products.
Scouting technology has never been more advanced. But this added sophistication does not mean field health imagery tools are more complicated or unfriendly.
The future of agritech and the ag retailer/client relationship ultimately depends on learning from all the data available. The information gathered is vital for both farmers and their retailers.
With advancements in satellite technology, imagery can be taken from peak biomass to create a zone map based on how the crop performs out in the field. These maps generally look very close to how the yield map will look after harvest.
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