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  • The First World Championship Of Olive Picking

    Date: 19/10/2017 - 22/10/2017 Nation: Croatia City: POSTIRA In Brac island, in Croatia, took place the first ever World Championship of olive picking. The event was organized by the office of Tourism together with the Cooperative for Agriculture and Municipality of Postira and ...


    By Pieralisi Group

  • GRIMME & TOMRA join forces to offer integrated grading & sorting solutions

    Through the new partnership, GRIMME will distribute the TOMRA FPS so customers can purchase and deploy a single, integrated grading and sorting solution, including post-sale support. With the newly launched PowerCombi, GRIMME uses the combination of highly efficient mechanical separation mechanisms and electronic sorting to not ...


    By TOMRA Sorting GmbH.

  • China`s man-made forest project able to absorb PM 2.5: experts

    Sanbei Shelter Forest Project, a man-made windbreaking forest strip designed by China to hold back the expansion of the Gobi Desert, is able to absorb and eliminate sulfur dioxide, nitric oxide and Fine Particle (PM2.5), according to a recent study by Lanzhou University. The study is the first of its kind in China. Ma Jianmin, a professor at the College of Earth Environmental Studies (CEES) under ...


    By Camfil Ltd

  • IQ Innovation and Quality Show

    Join us in beautiful St Helena, California for IQ’s annual Innovation and Quality trade show at Krug Winery March 2, 2017 in booth #255.  Meet our lead sales team and President, Don Douglas to answer all of your sorting questions.  Video demonstrations available. ABOUT IQ Innovation + Quality (IQ) 2017 is the third annual forum for ...

  • Farm Equipment Manufacturers Association Conference

    In 2016, Winamac Coil Spring Celebrated 45 years as members of the Farm Equipment Manufacturers Association (FEMA).  We look forward to joining our friends in the Agriculture Industry in Little Rock, Arkansas on April 4th-7th to continue our support for a great ...

  • Massachusetts Based Automotive Chemical and Car Care Products Manufacturer, Hi-Gear Products, Announces Partnership with Dorian Drake International

    Hi-Gear Products Inc, a woman-owned manufacturer and forerunner in the global automotive aftermarket industry announced it has established a strategic partnership with Dorian Drake International, an innovative leader in the field of export management. Dorian Drake will manage all export functions worldwide, excluding Russia, Eastern European territories and the Middle ...


    By Dorian Drake International

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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

  • 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.

  • How to get rid of birds out of your dairy barn

    Seeing your dairy barn as a safe and convenient food source, unwanted birds will flock to your property for comfort during the cold winter months. Capable of causing thousands of dollars worth of damage, birds can wreak havoc on your barn and other structures. Learn how you can get rid of birds in your dairy barn with Avian Enterprises. ...


    By Avian Enterprises, LLC

  • Cotton and Peanut Plantings Jump Above Expectations

    Implications While growers intend to substantially increase acreage of cotton and peanuts this year uncertainty remains. For cotton, the pace of plantings, crop conditions, the pace of exports, and global (i.e. China) inventory levels are key fundamentals to monitor. For peanuts, higher acreage does not mean substantially higher production as crop yields and acreage abandonment may reduce ...

  • Hops Conference to Feature New Harvester, Prototype Trellis System

    The hops industry is booming in Ohio, and organizers of The Ohio State University Hops Conference and Trade Show on Feb. 24-25 have brewed up a program that will keep the learning flowing for beginner and advanced growers alike. “There was an estimated 200 acres of hops planted in Ohio on 80 farms in 2016, up from 10 acres on four farms in 2014,” said Brad Bergefurd, horticulture ...


    By Ohio State University

  • Are you cutting grass at the right stage of growth?

    As attention turns towards silage harvesting, an important step (and one often forgotten about) in the whole procedure is cutting. Decisions made prior to cutting, such as cutting date and time, can have a major impact on the quality of your silage. As part of Cut to Clamp, a new initiative from Volac, which aims to help farmers make consistently better silage, we take a look at the important ...

  • EarthSoft Takes EnviroInsite Under its Wing

    The working relationship between EnviroInsite and EarthSoft goes back a number of years.  Now with the acquisition of EI LLC's intellectual property (namely EnviroInsite) by EarthSoft, the powerful EQuIS database and the astounding graphics capabilities of EnviroInsite are under one roof.  This is an exciting move for EnviroInsite users, as the expanded user base will allow ...


    By EarthSoft, Inc

  • Maize silage additive gets independent approval

    Livestock nutrition and forage preservation company, Volac, has had its recently-launched silage additive, Ecocool, approved by the German Agricultural Society, DLG (Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft), for improving the aerobic stability of maize and wholecrop cereal silages. This prestigious approval, which is based on trials by three separate research institutes across Germany, gives ...


    By Ecosyl Products Limited

  • Cattlemen Praise Confirmation of Gov. Perdue for USDA Secretary

    Craig Uden, president of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association, today praised the Senate confirmation of former Gov. Sonny Perdue to lead the U.S. Department of Agriculture: “Decisions made every day at the USDA have a significant impact on our ability to run our operations. We are excited to have a Secretary that comes from the industry, understands the complexities of our ...

  • 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

  • Hypothenar Hammer Syndrome (HHS)

    Hypothenar Hammer Syndrome (HHS) is a disease that can be easily confused with other disorders, such as hand-arm vibration syndrome (an occupational illness) or Raynaud’s disease, which is hereditary. HHS can lead to serious injury in the affected fingers—and could even result in their amputation without appropriate diagnosis and treatment. So, it’s important that you ...


    By SafetySmart

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