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  • Dunbar GC finds BLEC Multiseeder creates minimum disruption to course

    Set within Scotland’s Golf Coast, the 18 hole links course at Dunbar Golf Club demands accuracy and judgement as play follows natural contours and a rocky shoreline. Currently in the middle of a sward conversion programme, Course Manager Paul Armour recently took delivery of a BLEC Multiseeder, allowing him to increase the frequency of overseeding whilst leaving minimal disruption on the ...

  • Hishtil Ltd. Installs inside their greenhouses the new irrigation technology by Conic System

    Hishtil, one of the biggest companies in the world producing seedlings, installed the most advanced irrigation technology in the new project in Mexico. ...


    By Conic System S.L.

  • Drones could be used as a tool to enhance precision ag

    The tech industry is always about the latests trends and the coolest gadgets. And for farmers, it’s even better when that technology can be used to make them better at their jobs. At the Colorado Farm show on Thursday at Island Grove Regional Park in Greeley, producers had a chance to learn more about the way drones can help them with precision agriculture. Precision ag is the ability to ...


    By Agribotix LLC

  • Four N113 HiTech 5 Tractors in Council Work

    Like most British cities and towns, Derby includes a lot of open spaces – everything from acres of parkland, playing fields and golf courses to grass verges and central reservations. All of this land requires maintenance, such as grass cutting and replanting, tree cutting and the removal of cut timber, and repairs to the infrastructure, including roadways, walls and ornamental bridges. To ...

  • Pedro Torres and Horticultorres Introduces New FibreDust Products in Mexico

    In the summer of 2015, Pedro Torres Plaza founded Horticultorres S. de R.L. de C.V., a new company active in the field providing horticultural supplies and consulting to the Mexican greenhouse industry. Before the start of Horticultorres, Torres, an entrepreneur, realized early on that horticulture was his passion. After graduating from ITESM, campus Queretaro as an Agronomist, ...


    By FibreDust LLC

  • New Regional Structure Set To Drive AGCO Expansion in Africa

    AGCO, Your Agriculture Company (NYSE:AGCO), a worldwide manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment and solutions, has announced a realignment of its regional structure which will see an increase in its on-the-ground presence in Africa and a further expansion of the Company’s significant operations on the Continent. Effective 1 January ...

  • Sustainable mechanization has much to offer in sub-Saharan Africa

    Feeding the burgeoning world population will require significant improvements in agricultural productivity, above all in Africa, and mechanization and appropriate mechanization strategies have a large role to play, according to a new report from FAO. The opportunity must be guided in a way that meets smallholder farmers' needs and that does not require a Green-Revolution type of approach with ...

  • World Agri-Tech 2016: Technology Showcase Open for Submissions

    The World Agri-Tech Investment Summit is now accepting applications for Technology Showcase presentations at the upcoming summit in London on November 2-3, 2016. If you’re looking for new investment in the agri-tech space, the World ...


    By Rethink Events Ltd.

  • Light-emitting Diode Sole-source Lighting Effective in Bedding Plant Seedling Production

    In northern latitudes, producers of bedding plants depend on supplemental lighting during the late winter and early spring growing seasons. Unfortunately, these peak times for young plant production are also the darkest. Researchers have determined that a minimum amount of photosynthetic light (daily light integral; DLI) is necessary to produce high-quality young plants in greenhouses. In ...

  • Running lines extraction of 1,000 tonnes per day for seeds

    Perm coffee began to raise coffee prices in the last year. The first increase took place in the summer, when the dollar and the euro began to soar in price. "Then we raised prices by 10%, another 10% - in November. Chocolate expensive, all the products more expensive. We keep prices in December, January and February, and then counted the numbers - to tears. We understand that our guests hard, but ...


    By Metan FZCO

  • Seeds last much longer without oxygen

    If seed breeding companies, gene banks and the Svalbard Global Seed Vault on Spitsbergen should store plant seeds under oxygen-poor conditions, it would be possible to store them for much longer while still maintaining their germination capacity. This is indicated by research carried out by seed physiologists from Wageningen UR and seed experts from the Centre for Genetic Resources, the ...

  • PhilRice and IRRI Jointly Protect Elite Breeding Lines

    Mutual protection of elite breeding lines marked a renewed collaboration between thePhilippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice) and the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), signed at the PhilRice headquarters at the Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, on 3 April 2014. Elite breeding lines are next-generation rice varieties that contribute to ...

  • American farmers confront `big data` revolution

    Farmers from across the nation gathered in Washington this month for what has become an annual trek to seek action on the most important matters in American agriculture, such as immigration reform and water regulations. But this time, a new, more shadowy issue also emerged: growing unease about how the largest seed companies are gathering vast amount of data from sensors on tractors, combines and ...


    By Associated Press

  • High oleic soybeans offer innovative solutions for end customers

    Today’s agriculture industry is innovative in many ways, from precision farming to auto-steering to varied seeding and fertilizer rates. Why should soybean varieties be any different? They’re not. Take high oleic soybeans, for example. High oleic soybean varieties were developed to deliver a better soybean to the food industry. The oil produced from these soybeans adds functionality ...


    By United Soybean Board (USB)

  • How to enter missing data manually

    A few months ago, John Koenig, of Bayside, Texas sent us a photo of his fake-snake-on-the-rain-collector trick to scare away avian depositors. (See our September 2010 issue.) He wrote again to say the snakes worked -- for a while. Apparently, his resident mockingbirds are smarter than he gave them ...


    By Davis Instruments Corp.

  • Peanuts: more genetically diverse than expected

    Virginia-type peanuts, the big ones sold in the shell or used in cocktail nut mixes, are more genetically variable than previously assumed, according to a new study from North Carolina State University. Before now, cultivated peanuts showed very little variability for molecular markers, leading some to conclude that there was virtually no genetic variation in the species. However, anyone who has ...

  • USDA, EPA and FDA statement on genetically engineered corn

    The US Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are coordinating efforts following notification by Dow AgroSciences that the company detected extremely low levels of an unregistered genetically engineered (GE) pesticide product known as a plant-incorporated protectant ...

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