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  • Production and processing technology of biofertilizer project

    In order to adapt to the development of ecological agriculture for customers, biofertilizer project is now launched, which is mainly aimed at the fermentation, maturity and decomposition of livestock manure, crop straw and other organic wastes. Different bio organic fertilizer projects can be manufactured according to ...

  • How to use organic fertilizer compost turner machine reasonably

    Scientific and reasonable fermentation can improve disease-resistant organic matter. In biofertilizer project, microorganisms are bred and a series of complex biochemical reactions. Microbes produce a large number of special metabolites, such as hormones, antibiotics, and autoimmune substances. ...

  • 8 Main Points of Aquatic Plant Trimming (2)

     5. Carbon dioxide should be increased after trimmingCarbon dioxide is the material basis for photosynthesis of aquatic plants and protects aquatic plants under strong light. After trimming, on the one hand, the lighting of the water grass is suddenly improved (the lamps have not changed, but the occlusion has been reduced, which is equivalent to increasing the lighting intensity). On the ...

  • HDPE Canal Liner for Irrigation Water Project in China

    HDPE canal liner is the widely used geomembrane liner products and the essential lining system for the efficient use of water resources due to their features of lowest permeability, excellent anti-seepage and ultra stress crack capacity, etc. More than 45% of water used in the agriculture would be lost due to seepage. HDPE canal liner is an affordable ...

  • Making Better Herbicide Decisions with Weed Density Mapping

    Proper weed control early during the growing season is essential for reducing nutrient competition, gaining optimal crop health, and preventing yield loss. Weed management in corn and soybeans can be an extremely difficult problem to tackle and, if left unmanaged, can cause nearly a 52% corn yield loss and 49% yield loss in soybeans according to research conducted by the  ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • 2020 Planting Prep: How Hydraulic Downforce Can Help

    What conditions will you face during spring planting? With 2019’s extreme weather patterns, what comes next is anyone’s guess. That’s why it’s smart to prepare now. Planting into wet soil is completely different from planting into dry, compacted soil. Yet the fundamental challenge is the same—putting seeds in the right place, at the right time, and at the right depth ...


    By Ag Leader Technology

  • How many days does it take to ferment organic fertilizer

    Most domestic organic fertilizer products can only be composted and fermented for 7-10 days, and such products can only reach the harmless standard. The fermentation process of high quality organic compost usually takes 45-60 days. This is because in the early stage of heating and high temperature of the organic ...

  • Reduced soil tilling helps both soils and yields

    Agriculture degrades over 24 million acres of fertile soil every year, raising concerns about meeting the rising global demand for food. But a simple farming practice born from the 1930's Dust Bowl could provide a solution, according to new Stanford research. The study, published Dec. 6 in Environmental Research Letters, shows that Midwest farmers who reduced how much they overturned the ...


    By Stanford University

  • How to plant tomatoes: 7 Common mistakes when Growing Tomatoes in Pots

    The lure of growing your own organic, sun-ripened tomatoes is what gets many of us into veggie gardening - even when our only growing space is a pot. Here are some simple tips to ensure that you avoid the common mistakes and enjoy a good crop of tasty tomatoes, even if you are restricted to growing a plant in a pot. 1. START BY GETTING THE BASICS RIGHT. Tomatoes are large, vigorous ...


    By Flower Power

  • Farming Innovation: From Ammonia to AgTech Software

    Just over a century ago, the Haber-Bosch process was invented in Germany, enabling the scalable production of copious amounts of ammonia for the very first time. This 1910 Eureka! moment meant farmers could fertilize their crops unlike ever before, growing food on a massive scale. So massive, in fact, a population explosion ensued – humankind went from 1.6 billion in 1900 to 7.7 ...


    By Vistex Inc

  • Growing currants and other berries organically

    Northern of Latvia is region where there are relatively many crops with ecological berry plantations – including currants. As a company, we had the opportunity to personally see it in June this year. Together with our dealer – the SIA POLTEH company we took part in the Farm’s Open Day ( which was organized by ones of the local berry’s producers. The event was accompanied ...


    By Weremczuk Agromachines

  • Three reasons the F15/F15B is ideal for fall fieldwork

    As all farmers know, there’s no rest after harvest—as soon as the crops are in, it’s time to prep seedbeds for next planting season. Fall fieldwork is key to generating good emergence and yield, so it’s important to get it right. Here’s a few reasons why AMCO’s F15/F15B Double Offset Tandem Disc ...


    By AMCO Manufacturing, Inc.

  • 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

  • Articulated Wheel Loader

    Multifunction articulated wheel loader is a new generation wheel loader developed and produced by Attack Global(HongKong) Co., Ltd., which can be used for material loading and unloading, short-distance transportation. This articulated ...

  • The biofertilizer production method and process

    Bio-organic fertilizer has high organic matter content, can improve soil, improve soil physical and chemical properties, enhance soil water retention, fertilizer conservation and fertilizer supply, and alleviate soil compaction caused by long-term use of chemical fertilizers; beneficial microorganisms in bio-organic fertilizer enter soil and soil Microorganisms form a symbiotic relationship with ...

  • Methyl bromide as a fumigant for International transports

    Methyl bromide is a is an odourless, colourlessgas most often used as a fumigant. About 70% of methylbromide produced in the United States goes into pesticidal formulations. It has been used to fumigate agricultural commodities, grain elevators, mills, ships, clothes, furniture greenhouses and delicate works of art. Non-pesticidal uses include degreasing wool and extracting oils from nuts, seeds ...


    By Ion Science Ltd.

  • EPA Registers Long-Term Uses for Sulfoxaflor

    On July 12, 2019, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced in a Decision Memorandum that it has registered new uses and restored previously registered uses for sulfoxaflor.  EPA has approved the use of sulfoxaflor on alfalfa, corn, cacao, grains (millet, oats), pineapple, ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Drought and flooding rains

    Walter Jehne, former CSIRO Climate Scientist and Microbiologist, founder of Healthy Soils Australia, has written a 3-part document on drought in Australia and in it he demonstrates many scientific facts about how we should be managing our soils. There are many fascinating revelations in his scientific analysis such as how the removal of vegetation affects rainfall or how the lowering of soil ...

  • Cannabis Plant in the Work Place- Harmless or Not?

    The Creator created this plant as a herb, so what's the problem? Let's find out more about this plant.This plant seems harmless but should employers tolerate workers that have this in their system? Almost half of the states now have medical marijuana laws, allowing people with severe medical conditions to use marijuana with a doctor’s authorization and a card from ...

  • Bird Deterrent Laser Saves Chickens From Avian Influenza

    The chicken is a type of domesticated fowl. There are more chickens in the world than any other bird. Chickens have instinctive talents. They can take in weeds and bugs from paddocks and give the farmer relief from using synthetic pesticides and herbicidess1. Have you ever wondered how avian influenza is spread around? Other than being a domestic farm animal, chickens are ...


    By Bird Control Group

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