Precision Horticulture Articles

  • Exclusive Interview: Farmcare on the Future of Precision Ag

    Ahead of the next World Agri-Tech Investment Summit in November, we caught up with Andrew Lazenby, Director of Operations at Farmcare Trading to find out how the UK’s leading rural growing business views the future of precision technology on the ...


    By Rethink Events Ltd.

  • Technology that is making plants grow bigger and better

    This article outlines new and improved technology that is enabling growers to increase their yield and output of their crops. The technology includes carbon dioxide (CO2) monitors and controllers, soil moisture sensors, plant based sensors such as sap flow and dendrometers, and nutrient sensors such as EC and TDS sensors. All of the equipment can be automated and data sent to your smart phone or ...


    By Edaphic Scientific

  • How to grow more food with less water

    Scientists and farmers collaborate on a quest for more efficient irrigation This story was co-published with Civil Eats, a daily news source for critical thought about the American food system. From reading the weather to choosing a ...


    By Ensia

  • Black Forest Giants documented with Terrestrial Laser Scanned

    Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) opens new perspectives into the forest ecosystem, no matter if you want to use it to precisely locate and measure natural objects or to present the Genius Loci of a "Plenterwald" with audio-visual effects as shown in the attached video clip, whic is processed from TLS data of some 150 - 200 year old trees growing in a privately owned "Plenterwald" forest in the ...

  • On combining vision-based hybrid classifiers for weeds detection in precision agriculture

    One objective in precision agriculture is to minimise the volume of herbicides that are applied to the fields through the use of site-specific weed management systems. This paper outlines an automatic computer vision system for the detection and differential spraying of Avena sterilis, a noxious weed growing in cereal crops. With such purpose we have designed a multiple hybrid decision making ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Precision application of water for peri-urban horticulture

    Vegetables are grown in the peri-urban zone throughout Australia on various soil types and in various climates. In order to grow vegetables throughout the year, irrigation is generally needed to supplement natural precipitation. Peri-urban horticulture in the Sydney region supplies fresh vegetables, cut flowers, turf and other farm produce. Competition for water and environmental impacts (e.g. ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Money Matters - CEO Table by Alan Banks

    For many management teams navigating today’s complex business climate is like driving the Titanic in fog. Ever changing mists of legal liabilities, regulatory direction, competitor performance, and growing consumer advocacy makebuilding sustainable competitive advantage an even bigger challenge than before. It is no longer a viable business strategy to merely aim for compliance: The winning ...


    By AHC Group

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