Drones Revolutionizing Weed Management and Crop Care
Drones can broadcast chemicals over entire fields or apply them to specific plants with remarkable accuracy. Fixed-wing planes take a clumsy approach - as the product leaves the tank in a hazy cloud, much of it blows beyond the pasture's edge.
Employing VOCs as an Eco-Friendly Solution for Crop Production and Protection in 2023
The risk of pests spreading diseases and unwanted weeds decreases because of pesticides and herbicides. However, these chemicals often contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
What Will Pest Management Look Like in the Future?
Most farmers would probably agree that pest monitoring and management is an ever-evolving practice that requires undivided attention to both your crops and trends in the pest space. That's because insects are constantly evolving.
Tech Innovations Protecting the Agriculture Industry from Invasive Species
Invasive species pose a major threat to this industry because they can quickly redefine entire ecosystems. Many companies are developing tech solutions to eliminate invasive species and protect yields.
How AI Driven Pest Monitoring Can Benefit Organic Farmers
When it comes to certified organic systems, pest monitoring and management is paramount to a successful operation. Unlike traditional farms that have access to a bevy of specialized pesticides that can typically be utilized as needed, organic farmers aren't so fortunate.
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.
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.
Selecting the Correct Material for Spray Nozzles: 8 Modern Options
The type of nozzle used affects both the amount of material applied to a particular area and how uniform the overall spray is, the amount of coverage, and the drift that could occur due to the nozzle.
Autonomous Vineyard and High-Density Orchard Sprayer
This progressive machine uses a combination of GPS, LiDAR and the latest technology to autonomously roll down each row spraying with precision and efficiency.
Agricultural Industry Future of Agricultural Disinfectant during This Pandemic
By end use the market has been bifurcated into agricultural farms and livestock farms. Proper disinfection is required to protect crops and livestock from harmful diseases or sterilize the microorganisms.
What exactly is soluble silica and why is it effective?
. Potassium Silicate applied bi-weekly throughout the vegetative and early generative cycles at various rates has been shown to not only decrease pathogenic susceptibility but also plays a major role in the reduction of drought and heat stress.
How Pecan Farmers Can Mitigate Ambrosia Beetle Attacks in and After This Pandemic
The pandemic brought more problems to the ongoing fight of sustainable farming and keeping up with demand with a shrinking labor force. Due to pandemic restrictions, logically farmers would have to find ways to still carry out routine functions prudent to pecan farming.
XAG Suggests Drones Could Outsmart Locust Swarms at Night
As African countries are getting prepared for the imminent locust crisis, the smart agtech company XAG has proposed that agricultural drones, through more targeted night spraying application, can strongly support the current ground and aerial control measures.
Perfecting IPM: Going beyond the crop walk and sticky cards
One company iUNU, has a system that uses AI to help with early pest detection. The system "learns" what healthy crops and plants look like, recognizes when anomalies occur, and then sends an alert when something is amiss.
Implementing AI Data for Pest Management
You can place our sensors in your field when the insects arrive, the sensors can figure out what type of insect it is. If it is a beneficial or neutral insect, it does nothing. However, if it is a bad bug aka pest, it sends the information to the cloud.
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