Fertilizers News

  • Looking for data-loving dairy farmers

    Participating herds will have their two-year-old heifers DNA tested (genotyped) and classified for free and have the option to test young female calves at a discount. They also receive a year’s free subscription to the HerdData app and early access to DataGene’ s reports and tools under development. ...


    By Dairy News Australia

  • Milk Production Process: Pledge to Cut Emissions from Dairy Farms

    Interest in the increasing carbon footprint of the dairy industry has grown considerably over the past few years and growing greenhouse gas emissions from the milk production process are a contributing factor. A number of greenhouse gases (GHG) are produced from fertiliser production through to consumption and disposal of packaging. Methane is produced as a direct emission from cows and carbon ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • Mount Isa-Townsville rail line may reopen on 29 April

    Australia's 1,000km Mount Isa-Townsville rail line is expected to reopen on 29 April, which will restore the haulage of base metal concentrates and fertilizers that have been affected since early February when heavy rain caused flooding along the rail route and derailed a train carrying metal concentrates. Final works to be completed over the next week include ballast train drops and resurfacing, ...


    By Argus Media Ltd.

  • Positive Development for Arable Farming – Not All Segments Benefit

    Brussels/Frankfurt am Main, 27 March 2019 – The markets for agricultural equipment developed very differently in 2018. The market for soil tillage equipment in particular showed a clearly positive development. Sales of fertilizer spreaders and seed drills also increased compared with 2017. However, for crop protection equipment and precision drills, the European market was weaker than in ...

  • Today is National Agriculture Day

    Today, March 14, 2019, The Agriculture Council of America (ACA) hosts the 46th anniversary of National Agriculture Day. This year’s theme is “Agriculture: Food for Life.” Cornell Pump’s first pumps were irrigation pumps used in Oregon’s fertile Willamette ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

  • Zhengzhou Tianci Heavy Industry Machinery Co.,Ltd

    Zhengzhou Tianci Heavy Industry Machinery Co., Ltd. is a modern high-tech comprehensive manufacturing enterprise established in 2001 in China. Its predecessor was the Xingyang Mining Machinery Plant, so we have 18 years working experience. It is located at 310 State Road of Xingyang city, Henan Province, and the transportation is very convenient. Our main products are compound and bio-organic ...

  • Inspect and document seed coating quality

    Digital microscopes are excellent tools for evaluating the seed coating application process. When zooming in on the coated seeds, it is easy to determine whether the film coating is evenly distributed and to create photo documentation that can be shared with customers and coworkers ...


    By Alfa Laval Corporate AB

  • IUCN Director General’s statement for International Women’s Day 2019

    We are all fighters in the global battle for gender equality. And as we fast approach International Women’s Day we should rightly celebrate our successes, while also highlighting the areas where the world urgently needs more progress. ...

  • Red raspberries harvesting with KAREN harvester in the main role

    Poland is one of the biggest world producers of raspberries. The increase of raspberries planting, in recent years, especially variety grown without supports, has resulted increased concern the subject of crop mechanization. The WEREMCZUK company take care of fruit growers needs and try to meet their expectations. For many months, we were working really intensive  on the new face of ...


    By Weremczuk Agromachines

  • Australia and Vietnam strengthen trade ties through table grapes

    AS THE Australian table grape export season commences, Australian growers head to Vietnam to boost trade relations. Three key growers from the Sunraysia region, which is responsible for around 99 per cent of table grape exports, representation from the Australian Table Grapes Association and a delegation from ...

  • 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 Moldagrotech 2018

    Irritec will be present at Moldagrotech 2018. The exhibition will take place from 17-24 October 2018 in Chisinau, Moldova. Moldagrotech, in her 35th autumn edition, is a specialised event of International Centre of fairs Moldexpo. Co-organized by Ministry of agriculture, regional development and enviroment of Republic of Moldova, is organized for corporations of agricultural market. A large ...


    By IRRITEC SpA

  • How The Rice Husk Carbonization Furnace Can Make Waste Into Fuel

    Agricultural waste is a big problem in the present day. Among the chief offenders is rice husks. Rice is amongst the most grown crops worldwide, and is a staple of your diet of huge amounts of people. However, growing rice creates plenty of waste. Rice husks would be the leftover aspects of rice plants right after the edible rice has been harvested. Each and every year, a great deal of rice husk ...

  • 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.

  • World champions rely on Redexim at World Cup Russia

    On June 12 the German national team, the current world-champion, arrived at their basecamp in Watuniki. ”There we will find optimal conditions”, teammanager Olivier Bierhoff said prior to departure from Germany. Fieldmanager Roman Kafafjan and his team did the upmost to bring the trainingsfield in the best possible condition. ...


    By Redexim

  • A new generation of Indian farmers rejects industrial food production

    Supported by the Amrita Bhoomi Agroecology Centre, young farmers are experimenting with natural farming methods, while saving money and lives in the process. India may be famous for its food, but the way in which it grows its ingredients is notoriously bad. Stories of the nation’s chemical spills, soil contamination, groundwater depletion, and lost biodiversity are depressing, not to ...

  • Green Tech expands, turning trash into fertilizer

    Abigail O’Neal high fives a resident at the launch of a major recycling project in Road Town on Wednesday. Looking on is Lynette Harrigan of the BVI Tourist Board. If all goes as planned, the British Virgin Islands could become a model for transforming waste into resource for food security as early as 2019. “We can be an example to the world. I really think we can,” said Abigail ...

  • 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. ...

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