Organic Agriculture Articles

  • How do I start a home based fishing farm business?

    Why Start a Fish Farming Business? Fish is a delicious and nutritious source of protein, rich in nutrients such as omega-3 fatty acids, which improve our heart health and lower blood cholesterol. Farmed fish play an important role in meeting global protein needs. The rise of fish in the home today opens up many lucrative opportunities. Home-raised fish can easily be sold nearby or around ...

  • The future of grow light technology

    The vision, to create a lighting system so intelligent, it communicates with the plant. Allowing growers to enhance, adjust or suppress certain characteristics of the plant. Basic requirements met will usually end with a healthy harvest. A plant that's communicating and working with its environment will grow into its full and desired potential. Thats right, communicating with plants is not just ...

  • Nitrogen Fixers

    Here’s a bit of geeky plant science. On this image of the roots of white clover, you can plainly see bumps along the roots that are called nodules. Over millions of years, the plant has evolved a symbiotic relationship with certain species of soil-dwelling bacteria called Rhizobia. This group of bacteria has the ability to take nitrogen from the atmosphere and “fix” it by ...


    By West Coast Seeds

  • The Biophosphate Plant

    Biophosphate pellets from pig manure for use in low-phosphate agricultural areas The Ecoson Biophosphate plant produces green gas from animal manure in a sustainable way, and a natural, phosphate-rich organic fertilizer pellet for use in low-phosphate agricultural areas. The plant has a processing ...


    By Nutrient Platform

  • Restoring Long Term Soil Health in Haiti with Organic Compost

    Last summer, we shared results from a research project that was taken on by master’s students at Cranfield University. The students compared the efficiency of SOIL’s organic compost, Konpòs Lakay, to commercial grade chemical ...


    By SOIL Haiti

  • Application of Pile Hammer in "PV + Agriculture"

    "PV + agriculture" is a new project developed with the PV poverty alleviation project, referring to the organic combination of PV industry and agriculture. This is a very effective combination, the ideal scenario is ideal, PV agricultural facilities above the use of photovoltaic power generation can generate revenue, the ...


    By lydite trading company

  • Application of Pile Hammer in "PV + Agriculture"

    PV + agriculture" is a new project developed with the PV poverty alleviation project, referring to the organic combination of PV industry and agriculture. This is a very effective combination, the ideal scenario is ideal, PV agricultural facilities above the use of photovoltaic power generation can generate revenue, the ...

  • Digitizing farm for traceability, compliance and output predictability - Case Study

    Challenge One of the largest online food and grocery store that is determined to create an organic revolution in India. The company wanted to monitor its farms and ensure that the crops are grown organically. They were struggling with lower output yield and were looking for a farm management solution for ensuring traceability and strengthening sustainability. ...

  • Sheep farming in Qatar - Case Study

    Doha, Qatar Baladna, the leading supplier of Syro-Arabian Awassi sheep, needed a supplier who could match their high standards of business. Client Overview Baladna is a national livestock and animal production company along with being the leading supplier of sheep meat, milk and animal feed products. Company values are very important to Baladna so ...

  • BRIMS.ca Goes Live

    Alberta’s Bio-Resource Information Management System (BRIMS) was formally launched on January 24, 2018, in Edmonton, Alberta. Key representatives from the Government of Alberta, the University of Alberta, Alberta Innovates and other important industries gathered in the Silvacom head office for the public unveiling and live demonstration of the BRIMS web ...


    By Silvacom Ltd

  • How a Grower Used Granular to Uncover an 11% Profit Difference in Two Varieties

    Learn how Granular helped a real farm discover that their variety choice was costing them $800 per acre ...


    By Granular, Inc.

  • Organic livestock: why you should embrace it

    The term “organic” is widely used nowadays, usually to refer to products and practices related to a healthier and more conscious lifestyle. But what about organic livestock? Learn more about the practice, its benefits and why you should start embracing it as your main production system. What is organic livestock? Organic livestock is a practice that consists on ...


    By GR Trailers LLC

  • Adaptation and mitigation of climate change in vegetable cultivation: a review

    Climate change is an unavoidable phenomenon of natural and anthropogenic origin against which mitigation and adaptation are required to reduce the magnitude of impact and vulnerability, to avoid risk in vegetable farming and to ensure sustainable livelihoods of the agricultural community. Genetic improvement of vegetable crops is an appropriate adaptation strategy to cope with climate change ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Should organic certification be banned for hydroponic crops?

    The USDA recommendation also includes banning aquaponics and aeroponics. The proposal would allow for some types of container production systemsthat meet the nitrogen formulas provided by the Crops Subcommittee. ...


    By Dosatron International Inc.

  • Researchers model ways to control deadly maize disease

    Researchers have used mathematical modelling to develop techniques to combat two co-infecting viruses causing maize lethal necrosis (MLN) in Kenya. According to researchers who conducted the new study, because maize is a staple crop in Sub-Saharan Africa, the spread of MLN is ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Kenya, Romania and Germany, next steps for Plastic-Puglia in 2017

    After Morocco, Iran and Bulgaria, Plastic-Puglia is preparing to take part in some international exhibition. The company is aiming to further improve the range of irrigation products, opening to new markets and better fulfilling the needs of new customers. The company is getting ready for three important meetings: Agritec in Kenya, Nairobi, from June 14th to 16th. Hall 1 Booth 30 ...


    By Plastic Puglia

  • Use of sea water and hydraulic conditions. Potential cause of Mortality by Metals and Hydrogen Sulfide in Recirculation Fisheries

    The traditional conception in Chile of the toxic effect of metals on cultured fish tends to weigh heavily on incoming freshwater in open flow fish farms as the major responsible for mortality in early stages of development in salmon species. This approach is mainly based on two conditions that refer to freshwater quality in Chile, and to the dilutive effect of recirculation fish stocks when a ...


    By Aquaknowledge

  • Big Hanna at Whitmuir Organic Farm - new project hitting Scottish Government’s world leading food waste targets

    Through mutual engagement and cooperation Whitmuir Farm and two local schools have succeeded to reduce the school canteen waste far above government waste targets.  A compost and a projectWhitmuir Farm is a working organic farm in West Linton just south of Edinburgh in Scotland. In October 2015 a Big Hanna T75 was installed to help reduce the farms organic ...


    By Susteco AB

  • Fine-tuning plant growth in the face of drought

    Limiting shoot growth is an important survival strategy for plants during times of drought; smaller leaves mean that less water is lost through transpiration and more is retained in the soil. As drought stress restricts both cell division and expansion – processes that rely on specialized microtubule arrays – factors that regulate microtubule organization and stability likely affect a ...


    By H Smith Plastics LTD

  • Fish Farms - Inspections below the surface

    Fish farms are tackling the increased demand for aquatic food, while underwater drones are tackling regular and ongoing inspections to ensure fish health and the integrity of the enclosures. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, by the year 2050, there will be nearly 2 billion more humans populating the earth. Meaning that we will need to produce ...


    By Deep Trekker Inc.

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