Crop Cultivation News

  • Zio Fungicide, Developed by AgBiome, Receives EPA Registration

    High efficacy fungicide for the turf and ornamental market AgBiome announces today Zio™ fungicide has been approved by the EPA. This new biological fungicide will be marketed by SePRO and was developed by AgBiome, Inc.  “SePRO’s knowledge of the turf and ornamental market and expertise in commercializing products make them the perfect partner to bring our first ...


    By AgBiome, Inc.

  • Pieralisi machines success at the ´General Agricultural Competition´

    Another goal as achieved for Pieralisi Group that took once again first place as supplier of olive oil machineries for the production of the best olive oil rewarded at the "General Agricultural Competition", held in Paris from 25th February to 5th March, 2017. The General Agricultural Competition established in ...


    By Pieralisi Group

  • West Africa Fertilizer Forum early bird rate ends on March 17th

    The West Africa Fertilizer Forum, taking place on 9-10 May in Abidjan, is brought to you by the West African Fertilizer Association (WAFA) and Argus. By combining WAFA’s local expertise and network and Argus’ global experience in industry events, this forum provides you with all the contacts and ...


    By Argus Media Ltd.

  • March 29 Soil Health Workshop Focuses on Benefits of Cover Crops

    Farmers who want to improve their soil’s health and cut input costs all while benefiting Ohio’s water quality may want to consider adding cover crops to their fields. Additional benefits for growers to add cover crops such as oilseed radish, cereal rye, Austrian winter pea and crimson clover include reducing soil erosion and nutrient losses, according to Alan Sundermeier, an Ohio ...


    By Ohio State University

  • Greenough Greenway Project in Watertown, Massachusetts Receives Envision® Bronze Award from Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure

    The Greenough Greenway project in Watertown, Massachusetts is the recent recipient of the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI) Envision Bronze award. The Envision system rates sustainable infrastructure projects across the full range of environmental, social, and economic impacts. The Greenough Greenway project is the first in Massachusetts to earn a prestigious Envision sustainable ...

  • Whitefly, Disease, Drought, Unhealthy Soil, Solution Black Worm Castings!

    Spring is just around the corner, that meant it time to plant crops and start working in the garden. Unfortunately, there are several factors that can undermine all your hard work, drought, disease, unhealthy soil, and the Whitefly. Whiteflies are especially dangerous for plants. They carry many diseases and leave bend a Sooty Mold that can shut down photosynthesis and can ultimately ...


    By Vermitechnology Unlimited

  • Sentera Responds to Market Demand Adding TrueNDVI™ to DJI Mavic Drone

    Sentera today announced its ability to convert a DJI Mavic ™ drone into a precision scouting tool that collects TrueNDVI™ crop health data. The ultra-lightweight, super-precise Sentera NDVI Single Sensor is integrated onto the pocket-sized Mavic drone, featuring one of DJI’s most sophisticated flying cameras ever. In a single flight, visual-band RGB, near-infrared (NIR) and ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • Faster, more effective field scouting in a single field visit with Agribotix QVu

    We are excited to announce the launch of QVu™ First Results that show preliminary results at the field's edge in just minutes, without a cell or internet connection. Call us today to stop losing time wandering around fields, and start boosting yields, lowering inputs and costs, and increasing profits with Agribotix and QVu: 720-295-3625. ...


    By Agribotix LLC

  • Keeping oilseed rape on track with a nutritional boost

    A nutritional boost to stimulate root development and provide for oilseed rape’s additional nutrition needs, will help maintain health and reliance in oilseed rape crops this spring. Despite the losses to flea beetle and drought, particularly in East Anglia, many oilseed rape crops have made a decent start. However, signs of disease pressure are already ...


    By Ilex EnviroSciences Limited

  • Valtra Wins `Machine Of The Year` award at SIMA 2017

    The selection was made by independent journalists representing 28 European agricultural magazines and on-line publications. ´Machine of the Year´ is one of the most prestigious awards within the industry, recognising innovation, technology and performance. In the show Valtra introduces a totally new A Series covering the range of 75 hp to 130 hp. The awarded A104 HiTech is one of the ...

  • Valtra launches flagship model S394

    Valtra is expanding its 4th generation S Series range upwards with launch of the new S394 at the 2017 SIMA Show in Paris. Producing 405 hp and 1600 Nm the new flagship model not only offers more power but also comes with a completely revised user interface inside the spacious, pneumatically suspended cab. Designed and engineered in Finland in keeping with Valtra’s heritage, the new ...

  • LeeAgra 2017 Product Catalog

    With your crop on the line you need durable farm equipment. At LeeAgra we pride ourselves on building the most durable products on the market today. In recent years growers have struggled with resistant weeds that can’t be controlled by spraying over the top of the crop. Farmers want a small spot sprayer similar to the ones we built in the 1990s. With 15in. tires and wheels, durable ...


    By LeeAgra, Inc.

  • Repellant could keep dangerous beetles away from avocado trees

    Using some pleasant-smelling chemicals, avocado growers may soon be able to repel beetles that inject a potentially deadly fungus into their trees, saving fruit and money, University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences researchers say. When they’re infected with the laurel wilt fungus, redbay trees – a close cousin to the avocado — emit methyl salicylate to ...

  • The Olive growers from Calabria visit the Pieralisi Group

    Surrounded by the hills of the Marche region and warmed by a sunny day on the 21st of February the Pieralisi Group hosted the first group of olive-oil growers from Calabria. During the day, the participants had the opportunity to visit the whole company; the design offices, the technical and testing departments, the production area and finally the exhibition area. In the afternoon, at the ...


    By Pieralisi Group

  • Scientists remove reliance on seasonality in new lines of broccoli, potentially doubling crop production

    Scientists at the John Innes Centre are developing a new line of fast-growing sprouting broccoli that goes from seed to harvest in 8-10 weeks. It has the potential to deliver two full crops a season in-field or it can be grown all year round in protected conditions, which could help with continuity of supply, as growers would no longer be reliant on seasonal weather conditions. The part of the ...


    By ScienceDaily

  • Finalists Announced for the World Agri-Tech Demo Day

    Rethink Events, hosts of San Francisco’s upcoming World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit, together with Royse AgTech Innovation Network, are delighted to announce the twelve companies selected to pitch their ag and food-tech solutions to local VCs at the newly launched “World Agri-Tech Demo Day”. The Demo Day, taking place on March 27, offers an opportunity to very early-stage, ...


    By Rethink Events Ltd.

  • John Deere Introduces New 5R Series Tractors and New 540R Loader

    John Deere introduces its new 5R Series Tractors that leverage existing technologies normally found in large tractors, to provide customers with unrivaled maneuverability, an easy-to-use transmission, increased visibility, loader integration, and operator comfort. A 7.4-foot wheelbase paired with a 60-degree steering angle, provides a tight turning radius of 12.1 feet. Customers working in ...


    By John Deere

  • New John Deere Connect Mobile App Helps Growers Monitor Spraying and Planting Equipment in Real Time

    To help growers monitor, adjust and learn from the performance of their planter or sprayer while it moves through the field, the company has introduced the new John Deere Connect Mobile App.   Over time, Connect Mobile will include other operations, such as harvesting, the ability to add more data and to help growers make better-informed decisions with greater confidence. "By using ...


    By John Deere

  • John Deere Introduces New C850 Air Cart for Small-Grain Producers

    For small-grain producers wanting to drill more acres per day, John Deere introduces its largest air cart ever – the new C850. The cart's 850-bushel carrying capacity is 55 percent greater than previous models and provides an ideal match between cart capacity and in-field performance when appropriately paired with John Deere's 9R Family of Tractors and Air-Drill offering. The ...


    By John Deere

  • NCC Survey Suggests U.S. Producers to Plant 11.0 Million Acres of Cotton in 2017

    U.S. cotton producers intend to plant 11.0 million cotton acres this spring, up 9.4 percent from 2016, according to the National Cotton Council’s 36th Annual Early Season Planting Intentions Survey. (see table attached) Upland cotton intentions are 10.8 million acres, up 8.8 percent from 2016, while extra-long staple (ELS) intentions of 266,000 acres represent a 36.9 percent increase. The ...

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