Plant Watering News

  • POET begins construction on new facility in Shelbyville, Indiana

    SHELBYVILLE, IN (Oct. 26, 2018) – Following a strong directive from Pres. Trump to lift the outdated regulations stifling E15 fuel, POET is moving forward with full construction of a new biofuel facility in Shelbyville, Indiana. Final permit approval came this week for the planned 80 million-gallon-per-year facility. With full construction started, the expected completion date for the ...


    By Poet, LLC

  • Assembly of AEROSTRIP at the waste water plant in Himberg

    This September we started our installation of AEROSTRIP ® diffusers in the waste water treatment plant of Himberg / Lower Austria, aiming to reduce the energy demand. The plant consists of two lanes, each having two activated sludge tanks. The old tube aerators from silicone membrane were removed and replaced by 96 AEROSTRIP Q3.5 diffusers. ...


    By Aquaconsult Anlagenbau GmbH

  • New DeltaLINK software enables GP2 Logger to calculate full ASCE Penman Monteith Equation - improving evapotranspiration data accuracy

    A new version 3.7 of Delta-T Devices’s DeltaLINK Software, in combination with its GP2 Logger and relevant sensors, enables the full ASCE/FAO-56 Penman Monteith equation for calculating potential evapotranspiration (ET). This enhancement also applies to the WS-GP2 Weather Station – An advanced ...


    By Delta-T Devices Ltd.

  • BioSoil Farm introduces our brand new Super-Charged Potting Soil

    BioSoil Farm is proud to announce the release of their brand new Potting Soil.  It is all-natural, organic, and made mostly of recycled plant nutrients without the use of manure. Our Potting Soil is Super Charged so all you ever have to do is water your ...


    By BioSoil Farm, Inc.

  • EnviroChemie wins the dairy technology prize 2018

    During the Anuga FoodTec trade fair in Cologne, EnviroChemie will be presented with the dairy technology prize 2018 in the environment & sustainability category. The dairy technology prize sponsored by the scientific journals “molkerei-industrie” and “IDM International Dairy Magazine” and by the “Verein der Ahlemer Ingenerieure” association acknowledges the ...


    By EnviroChemie GmbH

  • ISO-9001 recertification for Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

    After the annual external audit by Kiwa, Eijkelkamp Soil & Water is again ISO-9001:2008 certified. The auditor also noted that Eijkelkamp employees are very involved and gave a compliment to the entire organization for the way the company is implementing the new NEN-EN-ISO 9001:2015. The new NEN-EN-ISO 9001:2015 is scheduled to be implemented by June 2018 Eijkelkamp Soil & Water received ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • Promising solution to runoff issues ahead

    At Thanksgiving, many Americans look forward to eating roast turkey, pumpkin pie, and tangy red cranberries. To feed that appetite, cranberry farming is big business. In Massachusetts, cranberries are the most valuable food crop. The commonwealth’s growers provide one-fourth of the U.S. cranberry supply. Water plays a big role in cranberry farming. At harvest time, cranberry growers ...


    By American Society of Agronomy

  • Global programme seeks to contain serious threat to the world’s bananas

    A fungus poses major risks to the world's banana production  and could cause vast commercial losses and even greater damage to the livelihoods of the 400 million people who rely on the world's most traded fruit as a staple food or source of income. FAO and its partners Bioversity International, the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture and the World Banana Forum have launched a ...

  • Simulating Agricultural Climate Change Scenarios using Controlled Growth Chambers

    Extreme weather, believed to result from climate change and increased atmospheric CO2 levels, is a concern for many. And beyond extreme events, global warming is also expected to impact agriculture.1,2   Although it is expected that climate change will significantly affect agriculture and cause decreases in crop yields, the full effects of climate change ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • Is Vertical Farming Here to Stay?

    Farmers growing vertically, in a warehouse, say they can grow 100 times more greens per square foot than traditional farms. Videos and articles are popping up everywhere about new vertical farms opening. An article from Business Insider features a new farm called ...


    By Dosatron International Inc.

  • Plastic-Puglia: Watering your crops while saving resources

    In summer, keeping a vegetable garden well watered means keeping an open tap like you haven’t seen since your last kegger in college. When the little rainfall in winter can make it seem like summer year-round, our finite resource such as water becomes ever more precious, in spite of the few rainstorms that did pass through in winter. ...


    By Plastic Puglia

  • Protect your field, yield and profits from day one

    Following their recent aquisition of the seed treatment Latitude, Certis are looking forward to Cereals and the opportunity to discuss with visitors the issue of take-all and how to protect crops from this devastating disease from day one. “Take-all is an extremely significant and widespread fungal disease that occurs in wheat and barley, with half the UK wheat crops estimated to be ...


    By Certis UK

  • Soil microbes hold key to climate puzzle

     Climate scientists puzzled by the traffic of carbon between soil and air may have to think more deeply about the role played by soil microbes − the planet’s smallest inhabitants. One research team has just found that soil microbes could actually lighten the colour of arid land soils, to  ...


    By Climate News Network

  • Aquaculture and Aquaponics Highlight of March Workshop

    On March 10, the Ohio Aquaculture Association (OAA) will host an aquaponics workshop in Columbus. A variety of topics will be covered during the sessions, including aspects of fish and plant management, water quality, and marketing. “The goal of the workshop is to educate those interested in establishing and expanding their aquaponic businesses,” said Matthew Smith, Ohio State ...


    By Ohio State University

  • See What’s NEW with Bio-Organic Catalyst

    We have recently updated our website with a new look! You can easily navigate through the website to find information on our innovative products,  ...


    By Bio-Organic Catalyst, Inc.

  • WIWAM line design and final installation @ VIB

    WIWAM line comprises a pot positioning table, consisting of several individual lines, an underlying portal robot, and one or more stations for imaging or weighing/watering activities. The complete system was implemented in an existing growth room, and was designed to optimally fit the available space. Plants are grown in individual pots, which are picked up by the robotic arm at ...


    By SMO bvba - WIWAM

  • Biopute: an official WIWAM dealer in China

    WIWAM joined forces with Biopute to make the phenotyping platforms available in China. Biopute will provide professional marketing and technical support for the WIWAM products. Furthermore, they will install an after-sales service to make local maintenance support possible. Biopute was founded in 2007 by a group of doctors and masters graduates of China Agricultural University. The company is ...


    By SMO bvba - WIWAM

  • WIWAM Conveyor was presented at the `Cereal Future Forum`

    From February 11-12, 2015, Bayer CropScience organized ‘the Cereal Future Forum’ in Brussels. Around 230 participants from 30 countries joined the 2-day conference on the future of wheat production in the world. The last day, the Cereal Future Forum moved to Ghent for a guided tour at Bayer CropScience and the VIB Department of Plant Systems Biology, UGent. During the visit, WIWAM ...


    By SMO bvba - WIWAM

  • NCBA Showcases Cattle Operation’s Conservation Practices

    The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association and Catoctin and Frederick Soil Conservation Districts hosted an event today to highlight the successful conservation efforts by farmers and ranchers that have led to the improvement of the Chesapeake ...

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