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Featured White Papers

COMPRESSED AIR OPEN BLOWING WHITE PAPER
Published by EXAIR Corporation

All White Papers

AGRICULTURE AND THE MICROBIOME

Agriculture is one of the keystones of human civilization, providing a reliable, stationary source of food that allowed ancient populations to grow and eventually build cities. Modern agriculture is successful today because of advances in mechanization, breeding, nutrients (e.g., fertilization), and pest and disease management, all of which enhance crop productivity and provide greater food security. Yet even with this progress, the amount of cropland per capita has declined, available farmland is being consumed by urban development at unprecedented rates, and crop yields are plateauing. Crop yields must continue to increase and the gap between plant productivity and consumption must be bridged. Expanding the use of crop microbiomes to improve plant production is that next agricultural revolution.

SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE: FROM TECH SOLUTIONS TO ECOSYSTEM

This whitepaper is a guide for AgriTech innovators on how to combine discrete agricultural technologies into borderless ecosystems to help farmers solve both the unique business challenges of today and the global challenges of tomorrow.

COMPRESSED AIR OPEN BLOWING WHITE PAPER

Compressed air is a limited resource that is generated in-house for the benefit of many operations within the manufacturing environment. Learn how to ensure all point of use applications are using your compressed air in the most effective and efficient way possible. Learn how much it costs to produce that compressed air and how Engineered Nozzles can help you use your air more effectively and efficiently.

LUMINESCENT GREENHOUSE FILMS IMPROVE CROP YIELDS

Now that LEDs are available with customized spectra, growers are beginning to consider how the spectrum of the light can improve their annual production. Unfortunately, LED supplemental lighting is expensive to install and operate. Growers need a better option for improving their spectrum.