Agriculture Monitoring News

  • Writing an equation for soil success

    Soil isn’t one size fits all. It may look the same under your feet – but under a microscope, that’s a different story. A plant’s roots, tiny bugs – these things can tell one soil from another quite easily. Soil scientists typically measure different aspects of soil — how much air it contains, how well it retains water, heat, and more — to ...


    By American Society of Agronomy

  • Third-largest LPG Retailer in Brazil Implements SAP

    Supergasbras uses SAP SDM throughout the country for forecasting, distribution and process automation Supergasbras has done it: the Brazilian LPG retailer migrated its logistics IT from obsolete insular solutions to a modern SAP landscape with automated processes throughout the country. The roll-out was successfully conducted with no interruption or impairment of day-to-day operations. With SAP ...


    By Implico Group

  • John Deere Collaboration with AGTEK Increases Customer Support and Simplifies Grade Control Workflow Process

    As contractors increasingly use 3D digital models and GPS technology when grading a job site, John Deere is joining forces with AGTEK — one of the civil construction industry's leading providers of takeoff and 3D modeling software — to increase efficiency and ease the takeoff and modeling process across job sites of all shapes and sizes. The data integration simplifies the ...


    By John Deere

  • International seminar on Xylella fastidiosa

    The International Olive Council (IOC) and the International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM), under the Memorandum of Understanding signed in July 2016, have organised a seminar on Xylella fastidiosa¸ the bacterium which, since 2013, has been causing the death of hundreds of olive trees in the Italian region of Apulia, raising grave concerns among all olive ...

  • MARVIN™ technology saves agriculture & horticulture time and money

    Four hundred thousand seedlings, nearly half of what a plant grower of, say, young tomato plants, produces in one season; this is the amount that sorting machines with the MARVIN technology can process in a single day. They rapidly make 3D models of the plants and accurately evaluate their size and features in milliseconds. “The information can be automatically recorded in a database and ...

  • Macrotek Featured in World Fertilizer Magazine

    World Fertilizer Magazine, an international B2B journal for the fertilizer industry, approached Macrotek Inc., global air pollution control provider, to highlight its expertise in pollution control for the fertilizer industry. Macrotek has significant experience with these applications, completing large projects in the Carribbean, North America, and other destinations worldwide. The magazine ...


    By Macrotek Inc.

  • BioNovelus Inc. Begins Active Solicitation of Marijuana Growers to Test Biofungicide CR-10 for the Prevention of Mold and Fungus on Marijuana Crops

    BioNovelus Inc. has begun soliciting marijuana growers to test Biofungicide CR-10 to prevent mold and fungus on marijuana crops. Our current plan is to have as many companies test the Biofungicide CR-10 in the coming months on as many varying marijuana crop fields as interested to ensure viability of the product. "We believe Biofungicide CR-10 may be a solution to the marijuana mold and fungus ...


    By BioNovelus Inc.

  • Agriculture and food security at heart of climate change action

    The world must rapidly move to scale up actions and ambitions on climate change FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva told delegates at the United Nations Climate Change conference (COP22) in Morocco today. Speaking at the high-level action day on agriculture and food security, Graziano da Silva noted that climate change impacts on agriculture - including crops, livestock, forestry, ...

  • Moving biorationals from protected into field crops is the topic of discussion

    The demand for alternative crop protection products is growing across the agricultural and horticultural sectors due to pressure from retailers, and a loss of plant protection products. At next week’s AAB IPM conference, (16 and 17 November) we’ll hear from Selchuk Kurtev, Certis’ IPM manager on how the use of biorational products is gaining traction across many sectors. ...


    By Certis UK

  • John Deere Operations Center Adds Mobile Apps and Mapping Functions

    In an effort to enhance the functionality, ease-of-use and overall value of John Deere Operations Center to producers, John Deere announces a new software release for its cloud-based platform. These user-focused changes include more tools and features that enable producers to easily collect and access more farm information and collaborate with partners to gain insights, increase profits ...


    By John Deere

  • EPA approves uses of weed killer Dicamba

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) granted a conditional registration for new uses of the herbicide dicamba, a Monsanto “agrochemical,” on genetically engineered (GE) cotton and GE soybean. In a Final Registration document issued yesterday, ...

  • New tool opens world of climate finance to dairy sector

    The dairy sector will soon be able to participate in international carbon credit markets thanks to a new methodology that lets farmers and project designers reliably document how they are reducing harmful greenhouse gas emissions - a step that will open up new sources of finance for the livestock industry and help promote investment in smallholder operations. FAO's new  ...

  • Advantages of the Big Data technology for Smart Farming

    FAO stated that ‘a more sustainable agriculture’ is one of the big challenges of global human population. Agriculture has to produce more food, feed, fuel, flowers, etc., with less use of natural resources and with less adverse side effects on the environment and society and the expectations are that precision agriculture and the acronym smart farming will be necessary to achieve ...

  • UF/IFAS imaging system can detect citrus greening before symptoms show

    A time-lapse polarized imaging system may help citrus growers detect greening before the plant’s leaves show symptoms, which should help growers as they try to fend off the deadly disease, a new University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences study shows. For the new study, Won Suk “Daniel” Lee and Alireza Pourreza wanted to know how early citrus leaves with ...

  • VICAM Now Offers a Single Extraction Test for Aflatoxins and Fumonisins in Corn and Grain

    Waters Corporation (NYSE: WAT) today announced VICAM, a Waters Business, now offers a single extraction method for the detection of aflatoxins and fumonisins in corn and grain. The ...


    By Waters Corporation

  • Dairy Farmers of Canada unveils new organizational logo

    Today, Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) proudly unveiled its new organizational logo, representing Dairy Farmers of Canada the organization, as part of a new overall brand conviction strongly reaffirming that dairy farmers believe in the power of dairy to give Canadians a healthier future. The new logo has been designed to be eye-catching, easier to understand, to create a stronger brand identity ...

  • Minos Agricultural Machinery introduced a new improved baler

    Minos Agricultural Machinery introduced the baler improved by taking into consideration the needs of farmers after 55 years in this sector. You can find the information of the improved models of 3 corded h-cut, 3 corded wide rake, 3 corded without h-cut and 2 corded without h-cut in our catalogue. Baler Considering the agricultural needs of our country, after more than 55 ...

  • Agribotix Wins Emerging Cleantech Company of the Year Award

    Agribotix, a provider of drone-derived agricultural intelligence, was selected as this year’s winner of the coveted Emerging Cleantech Company of the Year award. The award recognizes companies that demonstrate the highest level of creativity, innovation, and dedication in the field. “We are humbled that the Association selected Agribotix for this exclusive prize,” said Tom ...


    By Agribotix LLC

  • Farm trials support efficacy of ferric phosphate

    On-farm field trials, carried out to raise awareness of pesticides in water, have highlighted the efficacy of ferric phosphate as a viable alternative to managing slug populations. Kelly Hewson-Fisher, catchment advisor at Anglian Water, began the trials in the Louth Canal area in Lincolnshire – an important drinking water source for the county - just over one year ago, and she has since ...


    By Certis UK

  • Redesigned websites for Environmental XPRT and Agriculture XPRT

    We're happy to announce the launch of redesigned websites for both Environmental XPRT and Agriculture XPRT! The update includes the following fantastic new features meant to make it even easier for industry buyers to find the right suppliers: Elegant responsive layout ...


    By XPRT Media

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