Agriculture Data News

  • thinkstep joins ILCM Scientific Committee

    Dr. Rajesh Singh, Managing Director of thinkstep Sustainability Solutions Pvt Limited, a subsidiary of thinkstep AG in Germany, has accepted the nomination by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) Quality Forum to join the Scientific Committee of the Indian Life Cycle Management (ILCM) conference. The FICCI is a non-profit association with over a quarter of a million ...


    By thinkstep

  • The Seeds of Change Golf Tournament

    Fremont, a Kurita company was proud to be a sponsor of The Seeds of Change Golf Tournament, hosted by Poet Biofuels. Seeds of Change, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, is dedicated to cultivating hope across nations by transforming education, agriculture, and environmental conditions to support worldwide, sustainable development. Rob Herbon, Fremont Director of Corporate Accounts, spoke at ...


    By Kurita

  • UK Agricultural Tractor Registrations

    Month :  1,222 Units       +21.2% change (compared with May 2017) Year to Date :5,343 Units+4.7% change (compared with January-May 2017) The brief slowdown in UK agricultural tractor (over 50hp) registrations recorded in February and March seems to be well and truly over. Registrations in May were over 20% up on the same month last year and the highest May ...

  • Minnesota Premium Garlic Project Field Days: June 30 in Kenyon, July 7 in Chokio

    SFA’s Upper Midwest Garlic Growers Group and the Minnesota Premium Garlic Project are hosting two upcoming field days on opposite sides of Minnesota, with more to come this fall. ...

  • New Report Shows Agriculture Productivity Consistently Up

    Ohio farmers have been producing more and, on average, earning slightly more too. Improved technology, rising crop yields, farmer ingenuity and lower prices for farm inputs have led to higher agricultural productivity, specifically annual increases of 1.6 percent since the 1950s, according to a report produced by a team of agricultural economists from the College of Food, Agricultural, and ...


    By Ohio State University

  • App ‘trained’ to spot crop disease, alert farmers

    Researchers win grant to further test app for smallholders App diagnoses deadly cassava diseases in field, sends alerts Roll-out in Africa needs engagement with farmers, says expert A team of scientists has received US$100,000 grant to refine a mobile application (app) that ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Farmers Edge and Planet Partner to Change Global Agriculture Using Daily Satellite Imagery and Real-Time Big Data Insights

    Farmers Edge™, a global leader in decision agriculture, announced today a strategic partnership to bring Planet’s best-in-class global monitoring data and platform capabilities to the Farmers Edge precision agriculture product suite. Planet is an integrated aerospace and data platform company that operates the world’s largest fleet of earth imaging satellites, collecting the ...


    By Farmers Edge Inc.

  • Visit Mascar at Agritechnica 2017

    This year also we will attending the Agritechnica in Hannover from 12th to 18th November 2017. We’ll be at the stand 12A04, HALL 12. Come to discover the Mascar range and the new products we propose this year, as well as the opportunity to ask for advice and information directly to our technicians. With 2900 exhibitors, Agritechnica is the world largest fair in agricultural ...


    By Mascar SpA

  • Webinar will address advantages and limitations of LLCs in agriculture

    On Wednesday, August 16, at 12 noon (ET), the Agricultural & Food Law Consortium presents a free webinar, “Using LLCs in Agriculture: Beyond Liability Protection.” Since every state statutorily authorized the Limited Liability Company (LLC) as a business structure, the LLC has become a popular entity choice for farm businesses.  But while often touted as a silver bullet for ...

  • New App available for the control of Phytophthora in potato

    Wageningen University & Research and Agrifirm have cooperated in the development of a new Phytophthora advisory App which has recently been made available to growers on the Akkerweb platform. WUR supplied the new computation module and Agrifirm the interface for the new App. The development of the App was in part funded by PPS PL2.0 (Precision Farming 2.0). Following tests of the new App at ...

  • Selecting a Precision Ag Crop Scouting Solution: Use Near Real Time Data On and Off the Field

    Introducing the Ag Industry to Near Real Time Data When we discuss the benefits of near real-time data as it relates to agricultural applications, we are really talking about the ability of crop consultants to advise growers, of agronomists to recommend inputs, of seed dealers to analyze growth performance, and of growers to identify areas of stress — all while standing at the ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • Agribotix Midseason Sale Starts Now

    Our Midseason Sale takes off now and starts landing benefits with your first flight. We’ve seen that the retailers and agronomists that gain the most advantage from our technologies get started when the crops are up.  See how drones provide substantial value to your growers and to your sales; Ease them into their operations ...


    By Agribotix LLC

  • Maryland confronts overuse of antibiotics on farms

    A new law in Maryland will prohibit the routine use of antibiotics on animals that are not sick, a procedure health experts believe helps spread drug resistant bacteria. The Keep Antibiotics Effective Act will also require the Department of Agriculture to ...

  • Sentera Dramatically Increases Accessibility of Crop Health Data

    Sentera announces the release of AgVault™ Web, extending the power of the AgVault platform to any connected, browser-equipped device. Web users can easily view and share crop health data, and users on desktop, mobile and web can use the new toolset to quickly share field data with anyone, regardless if the recipient has an active account. AgVault Web makes remote collaboration easy and ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • Agribotix delivers critical corn count information using artificial intelligence

    Today, Agribotix announced the wider beta availability of its first plant count product.  Designed for corn growers, the product uses artificial intelligence (AI) to identify and count corn plants in drone-collected imagery while ignoring other items in the images.  By rapidly identifying areas where emergence is below expectations, growers can use the results to take actions which will ...


    By Agribotix LLC

  • 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

  • Deere Emphasizes Importance of Precision Agriculture Despite Termination of Acquisition

    Deere & Company (NYSE: DE) announced it was informed by Monsanto Company that it has chosen to terminate a 2015 agreement for Deere to acquire the Precision Planting LLC business. "We are deeply disappointed in this outcome as we remain confident the acquisition would have benefited customers," said John May, President, Agricultural Solutions and Chief Information Officer. ...


    By John Deere

  • Sentera introduces revolutionary multispectral double 4k sensor

    Today, Sentera announced the release of its Multispectral Double 4K Sensor, offering five precise spectral bands: blue, green, red, red edge, and near-infrared (NIR). This sensor enables users to collect visual band imagery as well as vegetation indices based upon the addition of NIR or Red Edge, including normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) and normalized difference vegetation red edge ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • 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. ...

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