Articles & Whitepapers
Interest in the increasing carbon footprint of the dairy industry has grown considerably over the past few years and growing greenhouse gas emissions from the milk production process are a contributing factor. A number of greenhouse gases (GHG) are produced from fertiliser production through to consumption and disposal of packaging. Methane is produced as a direct emission from cows and carbon ...
Increased atmospheric CO2 levels and climate change are believed to contribute to extreme weather conditions, which is a major concern for many. And beyond extreme events, global warming is also ...
The numbers are simply astounding. According to a report published at the end of last year by the Environmental Protection Ministry and Leket Israel, the leading food rescue organization in Israel, in 2020 nearly 2.5 million tons of food waste was ...
Incoming Chairwoman Stabenow Announces Agriculture Committee Agenda for the Beginning of the 117th Congress
Equipment & Solutions
The ADCON Leaf Wetness Sensor was developed to provide users with a robust and low-maintenance alternative to the traditional style sensors using sheets of paper or human or animal hair. A grid of conductive tracks, etched onto a Teflon-coated ceramic plate reliably simulates the surface of a leaf and outputs a range of readings between 0 and 10.