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  • PINEYE® Emulsion, a new adjuvant for aerial spraying

    With the development of applied science, agricultural sprayers have become a key equipment in crop production. How to choose a suitable sprayer is a topical issue for growers. It is, in fact, the first step to improve the usage rate of pesticides and fungicides, a smart way to save farm management cost. Growers, however, may try to select innovative adjuvants to adequately protect crops. ...


    By Foreverest Resources Ltd.

  • Irritec at Agra Innovate West Africa 2018

    Irritec will participate to Agra Innovate West Africa 2018. The exhibition will take place at Landmark Centre, in Lagos, Nigeria from November 27th to 28th. Agra Innovate West Africa is widely recognised as the region’s leading agriculture production, processing and manufacturing trade show. Featuring free practical seminars on the hottest agribusiness topics, a buzzing expo and unlimited ...


    By IRRITEC SpA

  • Researchers investigate ultra-low Mediterranean nutrient levels

    Researchers at Haifa University’s Marine Biological Station in Israel are exploiting the ultra-low detection limits of advanced laboratory equipment to measure extremely low nutrient concentrations in marine water. The University’s Prof. Krom says: "We work in the Eastern Mediterranean which has the lowest regional concentration of dissolved nutrients anywhere in the global ocean. We ...


    By SEAL Analytical, Inc.

  • Campbell on the verge of selling international & fresh food businesses

      The Camden headquartered Campbell Soup Company has reportedly announced plans to sell its international and fresh food businesses. Sources claim that the company is now struggling to regain its financial stance and redirect its focus on its proprietary packed foods domain. As per Keith McLoughlin, interim CEO of Campbell, the board concluded that the best path forward is to focus on two ...


    By Global Market Insights, Inc.

  • New Lufft Post Newsletter out now!

    The August issue of the Lufft Post went out today and reports on the highlights of last month. In August we had something to celebrate, because our WS Family turned 10 years! Matching this we welcome the new family member Lufft WS10: The tests have been completed and the start of series production has begun. We are looking forward to exciting projects with the innovation, of which we present one ...

  • Segra International Partners with Supreme Cannabis to Support Expansion Efforts Leading into Legalization

    Segra International Corp. (“Segra” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with The Supreme Cannabis Company (“Supreme Cannabis”) (TSXV:FIRE) (OTCQX: SPRWF) (FRA: 53S1) to provide cannabis micropropagation services at Supreme Cannabis’ wholly owned 7ACRES facility in Kincardine, Ontario. Plant micropropagation, also ...


    By Segra International Corp.

  • Upcoming Garlic Project Workshops: Minnetrista, Orr, Austin, Morris

    The Minnesota Premium Garlic Project has several workshops and classes in September and October for market growers and gardeners. More information about these and future workshops, as well as resources for garlic growers and marketers, is always available on our Garlic Project homepage. The full “Growing & Marketing Premium ...

  • Complete Cannabis Testing Solutions for the Canadian Market from a Single Source

    With the updates to Canada's cannabis laws set for implementation in October 2018, scientists operating within this highly regulated, growing market can now access an end-to-end analytical solution that aligns with the testing standards set by Health Canada. Thermo Fisher Scientific is supporting regulatory laboratories, contract research organizations and licensed dealers, producers and ...

  • Cority Wins National Award for Business Excellence

    The national award recognizes outstanding achievements by organizations in the private sector that clearly demonstrate a strategic approach to successfully improving business performance and achieving goals. All applicants were valuated by the Awards Adjudication Committee, a prestigious panel of business experts from organizations including, BC Business Magazine, CEO Global Network, and Carleton ...


    By Cority

  • Norwegian salmon exports hit August record

    NORWEGIAN salmon exports hit the 100,000 tonne mark last month – a record for August. Demand continues to be strong, said the Norwegian Seafood Council. Salmon earned the country’s fish farmers six billion kroners (£556 million), a rise of nine per cent on a year ago, while export volumes were up by 10,500 tonnes or 12 per cent. So far this year, Norway has exported 672,000 ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Huge Farmers Market, Artisans & Much More at Harvest Festival on Saturday in Duluth

    This year’s SFA Lake Superior Chapter Harvest Festival, set for 10 a.m.-4 p.m. this Sat., Sept. 8, at Bayfront Park in Duluth, is shaping up to be worthy of its 25th anniversary as the Superior Region’s sustainability showcase. Our farmers’ market will have 31 producers showing off their best products of the season: vegetables, ...

  • Hamburg-based Implico Group appoints new CFO

    Tim Hoffmeister joins the executive management of the software and consulting company Software and consulting company Implico announced today that Tim Hoffmeister will become the new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Co-Managing Director effective 1 September 2018. The 44-year-old complements the existing ...


    By Implico Group

  • TEP Seeks Information about Forest Biomass Generation Technologies, Opportunities

    Tucson Electric Power (TEP) is seeking information about forest biomass generation systems that could generate power for customers while improving the health of Arizona forests.On June 29, 2018, TEP issued a request for information (RFI) about technologies, costs, environmental benefits, construction requirements and interconnection requirements of forest biomass energy projects. Information ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • Top 10 Reasons to Use MOMAX3 Moringa Seed

    Advanced Biofuel Center(ABC) has unveiled the Moringa oil industry’s most productive seeds worldly known as MOMAX3, which promise to deliver three times the yield of the industry average. The company says its ‘breakthrough’ seeds could help in establishment of Moringa Plantation for seeds oil production. ...


    By Advanced Biofuel Center

  • Implico Group (“Implico”) strengthened by Hamburg based investor

    Within a reorganisation of the shareholder group, Implico has won the Hamburg based investor BPE as a new shareholder. Maintaining the owner-managed character, the previous shareholder will remain financially committed to Implico. Implico experienced a substantial gain in revenue and income over the past years. Today, with over ...


    By Implico Group

  • Axetris Micro-Lenses and Lens Arrays for High Speed TOSA/ROSAs & Silicon Photonics

    Axetris' manufacturing process based on lithography and etching achieves the high lens quality needed for coupling to single mode fibers or waveguides, as well as the precise lens placement required to match fiber-, waveguide- or photodiode arrays. The wafer-based manufacturing enables to scale to high volumes and low cost and therefore offers competitive alternatives to known solutions such as ...


    By Axetris Ag

  • Grey on Green: The Quiet Decline of One Tree in Alaska’s Temperate Rainforest

    Culturally vital, ecologically unique, and economically valuable, the yellow cedar’s fate is closely tied to snow I am in the middle of the most pristine forest in North America; in all likelihood no one has stood where I stand for hundreds of years. And I am surrounded by dead trees. Huge, monolithic individuals, three feet across and over a hundred feet tall – and the vast majority ...


    By Earth Island Institute

  • Martin UAV VTOL unmanned aircraft taps Persistent Systems Wave Relay data link technology

    Engineers at Martin UAV LLC in Rohnert Park, Calif., will incorporate Wave Relay mobile ad hoc network(MANET) technology from  ...


    By SAE International (SAE)

  • Scientists Create Plants That Produce Their Own Fertilizer

    Plants will be able to produce their own fertilizer in the future meaning farmers will not have to purchase and spread fertilizers for their crops anymore. The resulting increase in food production will also benefit countless numbers of people across the globe, who would otherwie go hungry. While statements like these may sound more like something out of a science fiction novel, a new study ...


    By AZoNetwork UK Ltd.

  • Small excavators for tree planting occupy half of the market

    According to the statistical data of China Construction Machinery Industry Association, the sales and tonnage of China's excavator market from January to May 2018 have been released as shown in the figure.    Sales   volume  Sales changes  over the ...


    By lydite trading company

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