post-harvest equipment Articles

  • Canadian City Ready To Launch AD And Composting Facility

    The City of Surrey, British Columbia will be opening its 127,000 tons/year food waste and yard trimmings organics recycling operation in June. After eight years of planning and construction, Surrey, British Columbia is set to open an anaerobic digestion facility that will convert up to 127,000 tons of food waste and yard trimmings each year into renewable natural gas and high quality compost. ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • How to Choose a Corn Combine Harvester

    A corn combine harvester is a machine used for the corn harvest which both improves the harvest efficient and saves labor cost. Currently there are a variety of corn harvesters in the market, then how to choose a suitable ...


    By Amisy Farming Machinery

  • Recovery of new orleans sewerage system: two years post-katrina

    ABSTRACT Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath damaged the sewerage collection system in the City of New Orleans, creating health and safety issues for both the general public and emergency and recovery personnel working in the city. The efforts by the Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans (S&WB) in restoring these systems has been critical in making the city safe and functional for the ...

  • "Gomselmash" Will Test The Grain Harvester On Gas Fuel

    “Holding "GOMSELMASH" will test grain combine on gas fuel in 2017”, - informed Chief Designer, Mr. Sergei Fedorovich. The project is carried out through the request of of OJSC “Gazprom”. A new machine, which will use compressed natural gas methane as fuel, is expected to work in some Russian regions. According to the calculations of experts, the ...


    By Gomselmash

  • Sugar Beet Harvest Simplified with Aire-O2 Tritons - Case Study

    Overview: Sucrafor, a COSUMAR Groupe sugar beet processing plant in north east (Oriental) of Morocco, designed a wastewater treatment plant to maintain high organic loads through anaerobic, anoxic, and aerated lagoons; as they crush more than 5,000 tons of sugar beets daily. Due to the high organic loads and tightening BOD/COD standards, Aeration Industries International’s ...

  • Biomass harvesting: how forest thinning can help prevent wildfires

    Every year, wildfires plague the nation. Once there’s an ignition source, dry foliage in country areas can quickly go up in flames, spreading through woodlands or grasslands quickly. While some wildfires can be small, others can be devastating and blaze through thousands of acres. While there’s no way to predict where wildfires may start, there are ways to minimize the damage of ...


    By Uzelac Industries, Inc

  • Microalgal oil production for use in rice farms in Albufera (València) region

    In the Albufera (València) region of Spain, rice has been farmed for nearly 500 years. Post-harvest flooding of rice fields has become an integral element of wetland refuge for migratory birds. The steady rise in the cost of purchased inputs is causing considerable economic stress to the viability of rice farming in this region. In 2011, it has been estimated the cost of purchased diesel ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Turning field residue into ethanol feedstock

    Darrin Ihnen is looking at corncobs in a new light. Once left on the fields to rot, Ihnen is now harvesting the cobs along with the corn from 4,000-acres on his farm in Hurley, South Dakota - hoping to turn the field waste into income producing feedstock for making ethanol. Typically corn is harvested by a combine that strips the ears from the corn stalks, separates the grain from the ears and ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Plene - increasing yields case study

    PLENE is an innovative yield-increasing technology for sugar cane, due to be launched in 2011. PLENE sugar cane segments are treated with seed care applications to protect them in early growth stages. Planting is faster and easier than conventional methods. This will reduce the costs of sugar cane planting by 15 percent per hectare. Our development team is working with leading agricultural ...


    By Syngenta

  • Ontario Horticulture Research Priority Report 2016

    Sector Consultation The Ontario Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association partnered with Vineland to host a research strategy workshop in November 2014 with the goal of defining the top five research priorities for each crop group. Grower organizations were invited to nominate two representatives to participate on their behalf and a number of researchers from relevant fields were invited to ...

  • Gomselmash At Agrosalon 2016: Summarizing The Results

    As we wrote earlier, from 4 to 7 October VI International Specialized Exhibition of agricultural machinery and equipment AGROSALON 2016 took place in the exhibition center "Crocus Expo" (Moscow). More than 500 companies from 26 countries represented their innovative and advanced products and the flagship machinery. Joint exhibition stand of "Gomselmash" with its lead partner in ...


    By Gomselmash

  • How to Improve Production Efficiency of Organic Fertilizer Production Line

    Organic fertilizer, with its unique advantages like high nutrition content, easy-to-get raw materials and environmental friendly, is becoming more and more popular for fertilizing crops and plants, and many organic fertilizer processing factories appear at the same time. It’s obvious that their purpose is to gain more profits from organic fertilizer production, and the main problem they ...

  • Case study - Garden shop uses rainwater for bedding plants to beat the hosepipe ban

    With the all the rain water falling on the shop’s roof, plus the new yard roof, and being free of charge, Matthew decided to fit rainwater harvesting. He wanted to be able to water the bedding plants and flowers, which are such an important attraction for clients of the shop. The Site Yalden Garden Store in Chalfont St Giles, South Bucks, is a popular shopping destination ...

  • Ethylene removal reduces putrefaction in mandarin oranges

    Ehylene removal with Bi-On ( potasium permanganate) reduces putrefaction in mandarin. Citrus fruits are susceptible to various diseases related to air quality that reduce their postharvest life. As they are not climacteric fruits, exposure to ethylene does not stimulate ripening, but instead speeds up the senescence of the fruit. Senescence causes a series of changes and deterioration ...


    By Bioconservacion SA

  • Effects of the elimination of ethylene on apple preservation.

    IX Iberian Symposium on Maturation and Postharvest From November 2-4 2016, Bioconservación participated in the IX Iberian Symposium on Maturation and Postharvest, which took place in Lisbon and coincided with the III National Symposium and IX Spanish Symposium on this important business domain of science, technology, and plant matter. Noteworthy researchers and technology ...


    By Bioconservacion SA

  • New FarmLogs hardware device automatically creates Yield Maps

    Today from InfoAg, FarmLogs, the leading all-in-one field monitoring platform and trusted partner to over 25% of U.S. row crop farms, announced the release of FarmLogs Flow, the first connected machine product to generate instant yield maps. The small plug-in hardware device integrates with the FarmLogs platform and automatically creates yield maps, eliminating the complex and manual time ...


    By TractorExport

  • Carlton Court Hospital part of the Norfolk and Waveney Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust case study

    About Carlton Court Hospital Carlton Court Hospital is part of the Norfolk and Waveney Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust, serving the Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft areas, with a mix of elderly and adult inpatient and outpatient services, as well as Team base for the community mental health nurses. A new Adult facility completed in 2005 already contains some green credentials such as ...


    By powerPerfector

  • Science’s role in growing diverse, nutritious food

    Can science meet the demand for more diverse and nutritious food? Jan Piotrowski investigates. The riots that swept Africa in 2007 and 2008 in response to the spiralling costs of staple crops brought the effects of food shortages into sharp focus. Images of unrest circled the globe, and the consequent instability brought to the forefront of political debate a question that had ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Shovel logging in the Carolina swamps

    Located in northeastern North Carolina, East Dismal Swamp - like its famous cousin a few miles to the north, Great Dismal Swamp - is a lowland marsh on the state's Coastal Plain, which is prone to flooding and almost always boggy. It is densely forested with several hardwood species such as oak and black gum, as well as softwood species like cypress and pine. The swamp is also inhabited by a ...


    By Morbark, LLC

  • Central Wisconsin logger finds pulpwood production `exciting`

    Like a lot of logging contractors, Mike Theilke’s career in the woods started early. At 14 he was bicycling out to the woods with his chain saw hooked over one side of his handlebars and his gas and oil containers over the other side. That was some time ago. Since then, Theilke has done just about everything there is to do in the logging business. He has peeled popple, done his share of chain saw ...


    By Morbark, LLC

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