agrochemical solution News

  • Frost & Sullivan: Agrochemical Technologies Making Rapid Advancements

    Agrochemical technology has huge potential for development as it shifts from solely providing crop yields for food and feed purposes to aiding the production of biomass used for renewable chemical production. Environmental concerns and government legislation to decrease chemical exposure to crops have spurred extensive research and development (R&D) activities, leading to rapid technological ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Clariant receives Frost & Sullivan Award for EcoTain Crop Protection Products

    Clariant, a world leader in specialty chemicals, has received the 2014 Global Frost & Sullivan Award for New Product Innovation Leadership. The Award recognizes Clariant's EcoTain label for products designed to address strict regulatory requirements and customer demand for safer and more eco-friendly products in the agrochemical industry. Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to ...


    By Clariant International Ltd.

  • Weather Underground and RainWise partner at Brazilian sustainable agriculture summitt

    RainWise is a leading global manufacturer of reference-grade, innovative meteorological measurement and monitoring solutions for professional, industrial, consumer and custom applications. In business for over 41 years, RainWise is an industry pioneer with patents for the original tipping bucket rain gauge, the first digital weather station and the first wireless weather station. Director of ...


    By RainWise Inc.

  • Tanzania’s only professional farming expo opens doors!

    Join over 2000 visitors at the leading business-to-business and business-to-government outdoor expo where you will meet with leading industry suppliers from machinery, irrigation and utility vehicles to agrochemicals, fertilisers, finance and insurance companies.  ...

  • Agricultural production: drought and other abiotic stresses

    The 65% of productive losses in main crops such as corn, wheat or barley are caused by abiotic stresses related to climatic variations (Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Plants, Buchanan, Gruissem, Jones, American Society of Plant Physiologists, 2000). ...


    By Iden Biotechnology

  • Farming in cities could help feed the world

    With traditional food production under threat from climate change, we should switch from agriculture to cell culture, says Lucía Atehortúa. If climate change begins to limit the global production of food and energy crops, it will be necessary to develop a new system of food production. Imagine agriculture in small spaces, using high-tech tools such as ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • 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

  • As seas rise, saltwater plants offer hope farms will survive

    On a sun-scorched wasteland near India's southern tip, an unlikely garden filled with spiky shrubs and spindly greens is growing, seemingly against all odds. The plants are living on saltwater, coping with drought and possibly offering viable farming alternatives for a future in which rising seas have inundated countless coastal farmlands. Sea rise, one of the consequences of climate change, now ...


    By Associated Press

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you