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  • China association joins Agrievolution Alliance as equipment manufacturers` group broadens global scope

    The Agrievolution Alliance global coalition of agricultural equipment manufacturing organizations welcomes China Agricultural Machinery Distribution Association (CAMDA) as its newest member. The alliance fosters collaborative action on industry issues, data exchange and public policy outreach.    The Agrievolution Alliance growth broadens its scope in key world regions, and it ...

  • Novosibirsk Region invests in the modernization of the livestock farming segment

    The international trade fair AgroExpoSiberia is the ideal platform to enter the Siberian market The modernization of the livestock farming segment in Novosibirsk Region is the priority of the investment policy for the region’s agricultural sector. In 2011, a total of 65 investment projects were realized in Novosibirsk Region under the departmental programme "Construction of Milk-, ...


    By IFWexpo Heidelberg GmbH

  • Irritec at Eima 2018

    Also for 2018, Irritec will attend to Eima International, the biennal International Exposition of Machinery for Agriculture and Gardening, to be held from Novembr 7th to 11th in Bologna Trade Fair quarters. Manufacturing industries from around the world presenting avant-garde technologies in the sector at the global level will get involved in the event. Each edition hosts some 1,900 companies ...


    By IRRITEC SpA

  • We are exhibiting at Rundvee & Mechanisatie November 1-3, 2016

    We are exhibiting at Rundvee & Mechanisatie Vakdagen (RMV) from November 1 to 3, 2016 in Hardenberg, the Netherlands. Find us here: Stand 541 on the stand of our dealer SIM Holland BV, www.simholland.nl. The Rundvee & Mechanisatie Vakdagen (RMV), together with their three regional trade fairs, form a ...


    By JH Agro A/S

  • Traditional knowledge `can enable precision farming`

    Farmers in developing countries could take advantage of the emerging field of precision farming without needing the expensive technology usually associated with it, a geostatistics expert says. Crop yields could be improved by applying ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Bellota Agrisolutions attends EIMA Agrimach 2015

    EIMA Agrimach 2015 will take place from 3-5 December in New Delhi, India. This event is the only global meeting place in India for agricultural implements where the main agricultural machinery manufacturers exhibit their new farm equipments. Bellota Agrisolutions will be attending this Show in Hall B with a representation ...


    By Bellota Agrisolutions

  • Growing German interest in Zambian agri sector

    “Made in Germany” will make a big impression at the annual Agritech Expo in Chisamba in April when 14 German providers of agri machinery and livestock equipment will be part of the German pavilion – this is almost double compared to last year. Martin Botzian, Head of Communication at DLG International GmbH says: “we are pleased to be part of the show for the third time. ...


    By Clarion Events Ltd

  • Irritec at Yugagro 2018

    Irritec will take part in Yugagro 2018, that will be held in Krasnodar, Russia from November 20th to 23rd. Yugagro is an International agricultural machinery & equipment exhibition, taking place in Expograd Yug. For international manufacturers and suppliers, it is the ideal platform to promote their good and services to key Russian buyers from the nation’s top agrarian regions. YugAgro ...


    By IRRITEC SpA

  • 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 ...

  • FIERAGRICOLA: An increasingly international event covering animal farming, markets, sub-contracting and bio-energy

    The VeronaFiere exhibition dedicated to the primary sector is second on a European scale for its cost/contact ratio, immediately behind Agritechnica in Hannover. Fieragricola this year expects more than 250 buyers from 35 countries. All the mainstays of the event are stronger than ever: Agrimeccanica, Zoosystem, Multi-function Exhibition, Agriservice, Bioenergy Expo. Not to forget precision ...


    By Veronafiere

  • Europe’s Agri Food Businesses call for an EU policy shift towards innovation

    A broad coalition of groups representing Europe’s agricultural and food business interests is calling for better and smarter policy-making that fosters innovation and creates jobs, ensuring that the EU agri-food chain becomes more productive and resource-efficient. The group of 11 EU-level associations presented their joint “Vision for unlocking the potential of agriculture and ...


    By Fertilizers Europe

  • AgGateway tests precision ag conversion toolbox

    AgGateway will begin initial testing next week of its Standardized Precision Ag Data Exchange (SPADE) Conversion Toolbox. The test will take place in Lincoln, Neb., at PlugFest, an agricultural machinery compatibility testing event organized by the Agricultural Electronics Manufacturers Foundation (AEF) and hosted by the National Tractor Testing Lab. The SPADE team expects to release the ...

  • Bayer innovations help secure world record barley harvest

    Innovative crop protection solutions from Bayer CropScience have helped a New Zealand farming couple break the world record yield for barley. Warren and Joy Darling, from Timaru in the country’s South Island, produced 13.8 tonnes per hectare, easily breaking the previous record of 12.2 tonnes held by Scottish grower Stockton Park since 1989. The new record was officially ratified by ...


    By Bayer CropScience AG

  • Cultivating crops on city rooftops

    To meet the challenges of producing food in a more environmentally-friendly way, the European Environment Agency (EEA) has called on cities to develop 'living walls' of edible plants. Through vertical farming, agriculture could become a feature of urban life, lowering energy consumption, carbon emissions and resource use in food production. By shortening the distance produce has to travel from ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Agribusiness Congress East Africa returns to Dar es Salaam as region focuses on the business of farming

    The business of farming, the effect of climate change in agriculture and attracting young people to the agri-sector are some of the main topics on the agenda at the annual Agribusiness Congress East Africa. This high-level business-to-business and business-to–government event moves to a considerably larger and more accessible venue and will be hosted at Mlimani City Conference Centre in Dar ...

  • Agribusiness Congress East Africa is back

    Agribusiness Congress East Africa, the two-day interactive forum and exhibition that brings together key public & private stakeholders from across the East African agricultural sector, is back for its third year. Due to its growth and expansion to include even more industry sectors, the event is set to take place at Mlimani City ...

  • Leading cereal experts discussing challenges and new approaches to enhance wheat yield and quality

    About 230 experts and representatives from 30 cereal growing countries across the globe have met on February 11 and 12 at the Bayer CropScience Cereal Future Forum in Brussels, Belgium, to discuss current challenges and future opportunities in wheat production. The conference aimed to stimulate fresh perspectives on topics ranging from agronomic challenges such as integrated weed and pest ...


    By Bayer CropScience AG

  • Floods wash away Pakistan`s crop research efforts

    The recent Pakistan floods have caused substantial damage to the country's crop research, washing away new seed varieties and test crops planted in the fields, and damaging buildings and equipment, leaving the country's research institutes in disrepair. So far, the floods have killed more than 2,000 people and affected a further 21 million, killed 200,000 livestock and destroyed 4.25 million ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Bio-economy depends on technological innovation and the fertilizer industry wants to be part

    Bio-economy is about using renewable biological resources and making the economy more sustainable and resource-efficient. We live in times of a growing global population with high demand for food and energy while there is increased competition for limited and finite natural resources.  In order to contribute to this debate Fertilizers Europe organized a panel discussion at the Global ...


    By Fertilizers Europe

  • Livestock goes free entry for all

    FREE ENTRY FOR ALL VISITORS  Farmers, their families and staff, farm contractors and students, consultants, vets and all in the supply trade will gain free entry to Livestock 2016.  MACHINERY MOVES INSIDE This year, following negotiations with The NEC, we have organised additional ...

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