Crop Health Articles

  • Greenhouse

    GREENHOUSES In the agriculture industry, Greenhouse is a very important part, which is globally utilized for the production of high value vegetables and fruits.  WHY DEHUMIDIFIERS ARE NEEDED IN GREENHOUSES Normally, in day time, the inner climate of greenhouse is incredibly warm. Excessive heat and too much moisture will shrivel fruit and can easily devastate your vegetation. In night, when ...

  • Indigo`s Living Map of the World`s Food System

    Two weeks ago, at the inaugural Beneficial Ag event in Memphis, Indigo was proud to participate in a growing community of innovators from across the food system. One of the questions we asked ourselves was, “What are the technological capabilities needed to catalyze the beneficial agriculture movement?” We believe a new way for seeing the global food system ...


    By Indigo Ag, Inc

  • Root vegetables harvest and farm development

    Root vegetables season The autumn start is the time when vegetable producers have a lot of work. A collection of vegetables begins. Tension and nerves are often associated with it. All because the priority for farmers is to collect crops for which they worked hard all year round. It is important to make a good choice and select the machines suitable to your needs and four farm ...


    By Weremczuk Agromachines

  • Planting Our Seeds and Watching Them Grow

    Since I joined Arable in July, our team has made incredible progress and achieved many important milestones. I wanted to take this opportunity to thank each and every one of our customers for your support, your invaluable feedback, and your business. At Arable, we believe that there is nothing more important than our customers’ trust, and that we need to work tirelessly to earn it and keep ...


    By Arable

  • Four questions on Specialty Crops & Farm Equipment to...

    Ignacio Ruiz, Secretary General of ANSEMAT (Spanish Association of Farm Equipment Manufacturers) & Chairman of CEMA Economic Experts Group Eurostat has recently published the 2017 figures regarding the coverage of fruits' plantation at European ...

  • How to guarantee optimal vegetable growing - a precision seed drill

    Precise seeding is the key to production of high-quality crops. MAX PNEUMATIC seed drills are modern machines for seeding of various vegetable species, being differently formed and sized. As a result, it successfully sows almost all kinds of seeds, such as: carrots, parsley, cabbage, radish, onion, beetroot, etc. Moreover, it has been designed to meet the farmers needs and vegetable market ...


    By Weremczuk Agromachines

  • What is the Market Prospect of Sweet Potato Deep Processing?

    Sweet potato is one of the world's major food crops and one of the four major crops in China. China is still in its infancy in the research and comprehensive development of the sweet potato utilization project. Most of the sweet potato products stay in the rough processing of sweet potato, sweet potato vermicelli and sweet potato starch. The value that sweet potato is not well known to most ...

  • How to make optimal condition for growing vegetables

    The competition between vegetable producers, high production costs, expensive seeds and many other factors, mean that vegetable producers want to provide optimal conditions for their cropping. They want to get the best product that will meet the high customer’s needs. In addition to investing in seeds, fertilizers and plant protection products, you need the suitable equipment. This will ...


    By Weremczuk Agromachines

  • Indigo Agriculture Shares February Corn and Soybean Yield Forecasts for the Americas

    Indigo announced yield forecasts in January for corn and soybeans across the Americas, democratizing data for the grower community to better navigate global markets during the U.S. government shutdown. With the shutdown, the doors of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) had closed. No work in that department meant that there was an indefinite hold on a key report, known as the World ...


    By Indigo Ag, Inc

  • Flat die organic fertilizer granulator production line

    Flat die organic fertilizer granulator production line Organic fertilizer is rich in organic matter and nutrients. It can not only directly provide nutrients for crops, but also activate potential nutrients in soil, enhance microbial activity and promote material transformation. The application of organic fertilizer can also improve soil physical and chemical properties, improve soil fertility ...

  • Incineration of Animal Waste on Islands - Case Study

    Location: Seychelles, Indian Ocean Client: International Atomic Energy Agency Waste Type: Animal & Bio-hazards Incinerator Supplied: i8-75A DEFRA Model Technical Excellence for the International Atomic Energy Agency in The Seychelles The animal waste market is one of ...


    By Inciner8 Limited

  • Stockwell on Soil: Logic On Side of Cover Crops & No-Till

    While reading this article I noticed #6 in the list includes cover crops and no till. We often talk about the very same benefits discussed in number six, but the important lesson here is the frame. First, the opening or introductory message is NOT about cover crops or soil health. As much as we all love to delve into those topics, the majority of producers do not (I know, hard to believe, but ...

  • Why We Launched Indigo Marketplace

    The system by which we grow and distribute grain is well over a hundred years old. In the early 1900s, with significant urban migration, came the need for an efficient way to transport crops from rural areas to city centers. This led to the development of a commodity system, in which growers brought their harvested grain to silos where it was mixed with their neighbors’. Growers were paid a ...


    By Indigo Ag, Inc

  • Global warming to result in widespread crop loss to insects

    Rice, corn and wheat loss rates could rise by up to 25% with every 1˚C increase to global temperatures as insects start to eat and breed more, new research has found. Led by researchers at Washington University, the ...

  • Top 10 Tips To Improve Plant Quality

    1) Venting – it’s crucial to keep air movement and temperatures at the optimum levels. 2) Watering at the right times – and just importantly in the correct fashion! Make sure plants are grown nearby those with similar needs so plants with a need for a lot of water will be apart from those with dryer needs. 3) Keep roots strong – as fertilizers are applied and plants grow, ...

  • Using Technology for Complete Farm Management - Case Study

    Challenge This case is about one of the world’s largest producers of potato specialties company based in India. The company leases plots for farming and has 2500+ plots spread across an area of 5200 +acres. Earlier, they used to record farm data manually, thus creating multiple inconsistent entries. A check on practices such as dehaulming & rouging, adoption of right package of ...

  • Steering for Yield, Comfort in the Field

    The return on investment of GPS automated steering systems is almost never argued anymore. GPS technology has been proven to reduce overlap, resulting in fuel savings and productivity gains that farms of all sizes can appreciate. However, in my experience, the leading reason that farms today invest in a steering system is operator comfort. Many ...


    By Ag Leader Technology

  • Plan your fruit frost protection

    Planning your fruit frost protection for the winter and spring is simple enough to do. With a few methods and tips for understanding what is the best kind of protection your crops need, you can survive the winter with little stress or worry. With our article, you will discover these very tricks for how to best use water irrigation for your crops to keep them from freezing. It is essential to keep ...


    By Kim Engineering Solutions

  • Hydrophobic Soils

    Water is the driving force of all nature. “Hydrophobicity” (  ...


    By Soil Doctors

  • Researchers model ways to control deadly maize disease

    Researchers have used mathematical modelling to develop techniques to combat two co-infecting viruses causing maize lethal necrosis (MLN) in Kenya. According to researchers who conducted the new study, because maize is a staple crop in Sub-Saharan Africa, the spread of MLN is ...


    By SciDev.Net

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