Agriculture Research Articles

  • Equipment of NPK fertilizer production line

    The process flow of NPK fertilizer production line can be generally divided into: raw material batching, raw material mixing, raw material granulation, particle drying, particle cooling, particle grading, finished product coating and final product packaging. The ...

  • Fertilizer production line should be scaled and standardized

    If we want to improve the operation level of fertilizer production, we need to speed up the improvement of the level of complete fertilizer production line plant. We need to cultivate a new type of fertilizer equipment operation and service main body, and support the development of ...

  • How to use organic and inorganic fertilizer together

    If we want to improve the operation level of fertilizer production, we need to speed up the improvement of the level of complete fertilizer production line plant. We need to cultivate a new type of fertilizer equipment operation and service main body, and support the development of ...

  • Managing Moisture: Navigating Drydown Decisions

    This season has been, without a doubt, one of the wettest since 2009. In many states, the excessive rain led to flooding and late planting. On my family farm in North Central Iowa, like on many farms throughout the Corn Belt, it was so wet that we couldn’t get into the field to plant on schedule. And the continued wet weather means that now high and variable grain moisture levels are ...


    By The Climate Corporation

  • Uncovering your Farm’s Hidden Yield Potential

    What are you missing in your harvest data? Across hundreds or even thousands of acres, it’s easy to get lost in this sea of data points. It’s simply too much for one person to calculate. That’s what makes a digital tool a powerful ally. It never gets tired or distracted and when provided the right data, it never puts a decimal in the wrong place. The ...


    By The Climate Corporation

  • Genomic gymnastics help sorghum plant survive drought

    Scorching temperatures and parched earth are no match for the sorghum plant -- this cereal crop, native to Africa and Australia, will remain green and productive, even under conditions that would render other plants brown, brittle and barren. A new study published this week in the journal Proceedings of the National ...

  • Urban Crop Solutions makes indoor farming technology for Mars biosphere

    Will the first people to bake and eat bread on Mars do it due to a Belgian breakthrough? This is the challenge facing the SpaceBakery project, a unique consortium composed of seven Belgian organisations using technology provided by Urban Crop Solutions. However, before they use their research to help feed the first people on the red planet later this century, the project aims to have a clear ...


    By Urban Crop Solutions

  • Micronutrient research using leaf area & photosynthesis rates to improve crop yields

    With the pressure to increase food production, every agricultural practice that can be optimized for improving crop yield is under scrutiny; therefore, micronutrients, which are important for crop health and growth, are receiving more attention. Agronomists are increasingly studying different treatment methods to establish the easiest and most cost-effective way to improve micronutrient ...


    By CID Bio-Science, Inc.

  • Six Late Harvest Tips: Don’t Leave yourself Out in the Cold

    One of the big concerns this harvest has been the moisture and rain that delayed the planting of corn and soy. Now, as we get into colder and colder temperatures and the stretches of intense sunlight begin to dwindle, some farmers might wonder how they should change their approach to the season. I’m a research lead for The Climate Corporation at one of its research farms in South Dakota, ...


    By The Climate Corporation

  • Research and Development

    Many organizations support and encourages the research and development. Nowadays, Irrigation and Agriculture are full of challenges, however there is more opportunities to come over these challenges. Only innovation, research and development can do it. One of the best scientific solutions is the Artificial intelligence, the Artificial Intelligence is approach of computer science to study and ...


    By Pierce Corporation

  • NIR & spectroscopy in agriculture & crop science

    According to a review by Dr. Crocombe, hand-held spectrometers have historically been used by only small groups of people, such as analytical and drug companies. These days, spectroscopy is available in simple low cost devices for a multitude of applications for scientists and non-scientists alike. One of the most prominent uses of spectroscopy has been the use of the technology on ...


    By CID Bio-Science, Inc.

  • Vegetable Greenhouses Case Study

    The data presented in this case study was collected from greenhouses growing tomato, pepper, and cucumber crops utilizing the DryGair system, spanning diverse climate conditions around the world. Humidity is a critical factor impacting the growth, health, and quality of vegetable crops. The DryGair solution provides innovative, effective, and energy-efficient humidity control for greenhouses and ...


    By DryGair Energies Ltd.

  • Plant Phenotyping in the Americas, One Year Later

    Approximately a year ago, I entered the plant phenotyping arena and in my first blog for our company posed the following ...


    By Phenospex B. V.

  • Industry report

    Targeting to the decision makers of leading agrochemical companies, we provide the most efficient and reliable agrochemical industry overview for the management. The reports are developed by NCB talent pool with comprehensive database and data tools, which deep explore the business dynamic of China agrochemical oversea business. And the reports ...


    By NCB Consultation Co., Ltd

  • Tech Support with a Heart for Agriculture

    “Hi, is Jesse available?” When a member of the Customer Success Team hears this question, we know exactly who is calling. It’s Laura, a farmer in the Midwest asking to speak with her favorite FieldView™ expert. Although he’s never been to her farm and they’ve never met in person, you wouldn’t know it by the way Jesse and Laura work together. Over time, ...


    By The Climate Corporation

  • NCGA Announces winners of the second annual consider corn challenge

    On July 8, 2019, the National Corn Growers Association (NCGA) announced the winners of the Consider Corn Challenge II, a challenge intended to highlight the range of biobased materials that can be ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Legal Hemp In 2019 May Be A Boon For Stressed Out American Farmers

    Legal hemp is about to enter the American scene in a big way. The 2018 Farm Bill, which includes language that legalizes hemp across the U.S., was signed into law this week by President Trump. The stroke of that pen unleashes a potential economic dynamo for American farmers. Currently used in over 25,000 products globally, industrial hemp-based goods include automotive parts, furniture, ...


    By Pharmalogyx

  • Prospering pig farmer in Catalonia very happy with liquid feeding system - Case Study

    Catalonia, one of the autonomous communities of Spain in the north-east of the country, has much to offer. Its beautiful beaches and the capital Barcelona are visited by many tourists every year. What most of them do not know: The Catalans are very successful pig producers. This is not only proven by the many farms breeding the Iberian pig in the region around the city of Lleida. A large ...


    By Big Dutchman

  • Perfect poinsettias for Christmas? Controlling compost moisture can remove the need for chemical growth retardants

    Poinsettias, the classic Christmas pot plant, are grown in their thousands in UK nurseries from late July onwards, but growers have to rely on the use of plant growth regulators (PRGs) to ensure that the optimum height and number of bracts is achieved by early December. With protective environmental legislation threatening to reduce the availability and use of such PGR treatments, a project led ...


    By Delta-T Devices Ltd.

  • Research Station of the Ministry of Agriculture of Israel - Case Study

    BioFishency installation on the Research Station of the Ministry of Agriculture of Israel. ...


    By BioFishency

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