Large selection of low-cost greenhouse monitoring data loggers and systems for temperature, RH%, light and CO2. USB, WiFi and Bluetooth models. For agricultural, R&D, greenhouses or grow-houses and more. CAS DataLoggers offers a large selection of greenhouse monitoring data loggers for use in agricultural processing and research, in greenhouses or grow houses, and even out in the field. Help promote growth and prevent plant disease/mold by logging seed and crop temperature, humidity, soil conditions, and...
By CAS DataLoggers based in Chesterland, OHIO (USA).
Alfalfa is a crop of the legume family and its scientific name is Medicago sativa. Alfalfa is a perennial plant of erect growth and is one of the most extended forage crops within temperate climate countries.
By Sistema Azud, S.A. based in Alcantarilla, SPAIN.
Even though the product has changed, Forsberg remains the industry leader in separation systems for grain separation. Forsberg products were designed under patents that cover the vital components of gravity separation, high speed stone separation, variable speed controls and chemical treatment processes. Our 50,000 square foot corporate facility houses a state-of-the-art test facility which allows us to experiment with different materials using a variety of processes in a short time. Forsbergs separators...
By Forsbergs, Inc. based in Thief River Falls, MINNESOTA (USA).
Hydraulic Erosion Control Products (HECPs) are engineered mulch applied to slopes to reduce soil erosion while assisting in the establishment and growth of vegetation. An alternative to temporary Erosion Control Blankets (ECBs), hydraulically applied products can be installed up to three times faster using one-third the manpower. North American Green`s HECPs are applied in a one-step application with seed and fertilizer, with the potential for quicker installation and project cost savings compared to products...
By North American Green based in Poseyville, INDIANA (USA).
In the late nineties, long before `Biodiesel` and `Bioethanol` were commonly known, Aerox already developed solutions to get rid of odours from oil seed processing! This industry gains oil and meal out of the seeds of grains, like soy or rapeseed / canola. The oil is used in feed and food industry, but nowadays also can be used to produce biodiesel or bioethanol.
By Aerox B.V. based in Vleuten, NETHERLANDS.
Measuring Oil and Water in Seeds using the MQC Benchtop NMR Analyser. The breeding, cultivation and processing of seeds to obtain vegetable oil is a major global industry. The amount of oil in seeds and water in seeds are critical parameters which need to be understood at all stages of the industry from plant breeding through commercial agriculture to milling and processing. Oils derived in this manner are used in foodstuffs, the manufacture of biofuels and as a chemical feedstock for many products.
By Oxford Instruments plc based in Abingdon, UNITED KINGDOM.
Seed processing plants all over the world are consuming massive amounts of fossil fuel to dry and condition seeds for commodity crops. VYNCKE offers a reliable and green alternative: efficient biomass solutions for the world’s leading seed companies where their own waste streams are converted into a stable supply of clean hot air for the seed dryers. VYNCKE’s solutions allow the use of internal biomass fuels and can also handle a variety of the external biomass fuels available in your...
By VYNCKE based in Harelbeke, BELGIUM.
Birds are naturally drawn to food supplies in agricultural areas, transmitting diseases and damaging crops. Fruits, vegetables and newly-seeded and emergent crops provide an all-you-can-eat feast for birds if unchecked. Birds typically eat their body weight in food every day causing damage to crops and food storage in barns ranging from 5-50% or more!Globally, this problem causes billions of euros of damage each year. Effective bird control is essential and farmers do...
By Bird Control Group based in Delft, NETHERLANDS.
Sowing directly in Greenplugs is becoming more and more popular. This method makes it easier to grade seedlings according to size at an early stage and to remove any plugs in which the seed hasn’t germinated. This may optimise the propagation process and the use of space. Transplanting or repotting seedlings grown in plugs moreover often takes less time than transplanting seedlings grown in trays, and it involves less risk of losses.
By Green Products B.V. based in Kampen, NETHERLANDS.
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