Agriculture Production News

  • Sentera Launches High-Precision Sensor Product Line

    Today, Sentera announced new additions to its small, lightweight High-Precision Single Sensor product family. The new High-Precision NDVI Single and High-Precision NDRE Single utilize patent-pending technology to improve spectral band separation and generate more accurate vegetation index measurements. The High-Precision Single sensor is available in two variants: normalized difference vegetation ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • Methane concentration in the atmosphere has increased rapidly in 10 years

    The amount of methane in the atmosphere has increased rapidly over the last ten years. The increase in methane emissions makes it difficult for companies to curb climate change. You see, methane warms the planet about 28 times as much as the equivalent amount of carbon dioxide. So far, methane’s share of global greenhouse gas emissions is about 16 percent, but it could rise. About 70% of ...


    By Ductor Corp.

  • NCC Pleased With Perdue Confirmation

    The National Cotton Council (NCC) looks forward to working with Sonny Perdue who was confirmed today by the Senate as the 31st U.S. Secretary of Agriculture. NCC Chairman Ronnie Lee said, "Sonny Perdue is highly qualified to lead USDA and he can help ensure a strong and viable agricultural and rural economy. His strong production and agribusiness background makes him keenly aware of U.S. ...

  • BioNovelus Reveals New Green Solution For Food Security at International Agricultural Fair

    With ever increasing interest internationally in organic agriculture, BioNovelus’ (PINKSHEETS: ONOV) booth at Agritrade Expo and Conference which took place March 23 and 24 in Guatemala commanded a lot of attention during the two-day fair. BioNovelus CEO and President, Jean Ekobo, who led the company’s Central American delegation, was not surprised that interest in the company’s ...


    By BioNovelus Inc.

  • Pieralisi Group protagonist at the first Dica Day

    On 11th November, 2016 Pieralisi Group has taken part to the DICA Day held in Toledo, for the spread of the innovation in the agricultural cooperative sector. During this event, Pieralisi Intergral System was presented. This system is a real innovation for the wineries which allows the instant and continuous ...


    By Pieralisi Group

  • Irritec USA Inc Receives 2017 Fresno Award in Agriculture and Mining Category

    For the second year running Irritec USA Inc. has been selected for the 2017 Fresno Award in the Agriculture & Mining category by Fresno Award Program.  Leading company in manufacturing of irrigation systems, particularly drip irrigation systems for agricolture, greenhouses, landscape and fittings for plumbing and water systems, has award, the last March 16th, the prize that ...


    By IRRITEC SpA

  • NAS Report Finds Future Biotechnology Products May Overwhelm Agencies

    On March 9, 2017, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (National Academies) published a report entitled Preparing for Future Products of Biotechnology, prepared by the Committee on Future Biotechnology Products and Opportunities to Enhance Capabilities of the Biotechnology Regulatory System (Committee). The Committee was asked to describe the possible future products ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • UF/IFAS researcher to lead $1 million study to increase global wheat production

    A University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences researcher will lead a nearly $1 million project to increase worldwide wheat yield potential to help feed an anticipated 9.5 billion people globally by the year 2050. To do this, Md Ali Babar, a UF/IFAS agronomy assistant professor and his team of researchers, hope to increase the harvest index from 45 to 60 percent, which ...

  • Pieralisi Group Opening His Business To Pakistan

    On 12th and 13th December at Bari Chakwal (Barani Agricultural Research Institute) in Pakistan, an intensive training took place. The training was on the development of the olive growing and olive oil production process. The convention was organized by Unido (United Nations Industrial Development Organization) and Usaid (United ...


    By Pieralisi Group

  • Two new information briefs spotlight relationship with agriculture and energy

    As the need for water continues to increase to meet the demands of a growing population, understanding the relationship between groundwater and agriculture and groundwater and energy will be essential for safeguarding continued delivery of food, energy, and water to consumers. NGWA has researched and created two new information briefs that detail the importance of these relationships: ...

  • China: agricultural production and groundwater

    As in many parts of the People’s Republic of China, Shanxi Province is experiencing reduced water security for the agriculture sector. Changing climate conditions, including reduced rainfall, are increasing reliance on groundwater resources in the province. Unsustainable groundwater use for food production intensifies the impacts of climate change, and cost-effective adaptation responses ...

  • Agriculture and food security at heart of climate change action

    The world must rapidly move to scale up actions and ambitions on climate change FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva told delegates at the United Nations Climate Change conference (COP22) in Morocco today. Speaking at the high-level action day on agriculture and food security, Graziano da Silva noted that climate change impacts on agriculture - including crops, livestock, forestry, ...

  • Rainfall changes threaten food production

    The UN’s latest State of Food and Agriculture (SOFA) report warns that rainfall patterns will have changed so drastically by the end of this century that agriculture, forestry and fishing will all be seriously affected. “It will become more and more difficult to harvest crops, rear animals and manage forests and fisheries in the same places and in the same way as before,” says ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Carbon Tax Expected To Have A Negative Effect On Canadian Agriculture Equipment Dealers

    The Western Equipment Dealers Association (WEDA) is concerned that the implementation of the Federal Carbon Tax of a minimum of $50 per tonne by 2022, will have a negative effect on Canadian agriculture. The equipment dealers’ association, which represents farm, construction and outdoor power equipment dealers in Canada, is asking the Federal government to conduct a study on the long term ...

  • Deere Plans to Further Expand Customer Choice in Planter Market

    Deere & Company (NYSE: DE) has reached an agreement to enable Ag Leader, a precision agriculture competitor, to offer products currently sold by Precision Planting. The agreement is contingent on Deere completing the acquisition of Precision Planting from The Climate Corporation, a subsidiary of Monsanto Company. The agreement will provide Ag Leader the technologies and licenses necessary to ...


    By John Deere

  • Transforming agriculture to address climate change and other global challenges

    The agricultural sector must transform itself not only to achieve food and nutrition security for all, but also to help address global challenges such as climate change and antimicrobial resistance, FAO Director- General José Graziano da Silva said today. In a speech to ministers, government, private sector and civil society representatives attending the biannual meeting of FAO's Committee ...

  • NCC Cites Need for Broad Examination of Global Fiber Markets

    National Cotton Council President/CEO Dr. Gary Adams says, “The U.S. decision to pursue a challenge against Chinese agricultural subsidies for grain crops reflects a growing desire in the United States and abroad to address more effectively the range of policies in major developing countries that affect agricultural markets.” He further noted that through the semi-annual dedicated ...

  • NCC Cites Need for Broad Examination of Global Fiber Markets

    National Cotton Council President/CEO Dr. Gary Adams says, “The U.S. decision to pursue a challenge against Chinese agricultural subsidies for grain crops reflects a growing desire in the United States and abroad to address more effectively the range of policies in major developing countries that affect agricultural markets.” He further noted that through the semi-annual dedicated ...

  • NCC Cites Need for Broad Examination of Global Fiber Markets

    National Cotton Council President/CEO Dr. Gary Adams says, “The U.S. decision to pursue a challenge against Chinese agricultural subsidies for grain crops reflects a growing desire in the United States and abroad to address more effectively the range of policies in major developing countries that affect agricultural markets.” He further noted that through the semi-annual dedicated ...

  • Sentera Features Inspection & Agriculture Products at InterDrone 2016

    Sentera, LLC, a global provider of software, sensor, and drone technologies to the infrastructure inspection and agriculture industries, will display a range of solutions at its exhibit during the InterDrone Conference and Exposition, which takes place at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, September 7-9. Sentera’s Co-Founder and Executive Vice ...


    By Sentera, LLC

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