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  • Vineyard & Winery Audits

    Karza provides experienced auditresources to help you manage your vineyard and winery. Separate or integrated evaluations of quality, health, safety and environmental preparedness and performance can be undertaken covering: The establishment and implementation of contractual arrangements and contractor management; Vineyard ...


    By Karza Pty Ltd

  • Symposium `MODEL-IT 2015 on development and application of models in the horticultural supply chain

    11-14 October the chair of Horticulture and Product Physiology organises the international symposium MODEL-IT 2015 at Wageningen Campus. During this symposium the latest insights will be presented in development, calibration and application of models in the entire field of the horticultural supply chain, from production over harvest to storage, retail and even consumption. The symposium is ...

  • World premiere for Grain Cloud

    At the Agritechnica exhibition in Hanover on November 12, the app Grain Cloud is presented as Skandia Elevator’s first software. It facilitates harvesting and storage as it provides a complete overview of all units and processes at the grain plant. The app collects information from the plant’s control system and shows, among other things, the transport systems and machines that are ...


    By Skandia Elevator

  • Animal Consumption Drives Higher U.S. Soy Exports to EU

    Customers in the European Union (EU) depend on U.S. soybean farmers to maintain a consistent supply of soybean meal. Currently, they account for nearly 13 percent of total U.S. soybean meal exports. And that level is growing. Although U.S. soybean market share in the EU has declined over the last 30 years, U.S. soybean meal export trade to Europe grew in 2013, thanks in part to intensified ...


    By United Soybean Board (USB)

  • Call for Abstracts: I International Symposium on Quality Management of Organic Horticultural Produce

    The organizing committee of the First International Symposium on Quality Management of Organic Horticultural Produce (QMOH2015) to be held in Ubon Ratchatani, Thailand, during 7-9 December 2015, would like to invite you to submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation at the symposium. This event is organized by Ubon Ratchatanai Rajabhat University (UBRU) and is suppprted by the ...

  • High Dump Cart is designed to speed up beet harvest

    The new 9016-BT High Dump Cart from Art’s Way was specifically designed to boost efficiency during the beet harvest. The 9016-BT wheel base is set so the tires can run through the field without damaging unlifted beets. The 15-inch wide tires, centered on 132 inches, straddle six rows of beets. The ...

  • The same energy content - 800 truckloads of forest chips less needed

    MHG launched a free web-based forest fuel calculator that reveals the profitability and environmental effects of the forest biofuel business Now released tool will explicitly reveal the importance of acknowledging the effects of biofuel moisture levels on the profitability of the biofuel business and rapidly increasing environmental impacts, especially when the biofuel supply chains are not ...


    By MHG Systems Ltd

  • U.S. Soy on the Move

    Throughout soybean harvest here in the United States, soybean farmers are making decisions on where to move this year’s crop. Three out of every four bushels harvested will go from the field to either on-farm storage or to the local elevator. The remaining 25 percent go directly to processors or export. All of these movements require roads, rails and rivers to get the soybeans from the ...


    By United Soybean Board (USB)

  • John Deere Adds 8-Row Folding Corn Head to Harvesting Equipment Line

    Corn growers operating John Deere group 6 and 7 S-Series Combines now have the option of using an 8-row folding corn head to harvest their crops. The new 608FC corn head helps customers overcome transportation challenges in areas with narrow roads ...


    By John Deere

  • Programme: Jatropha World 2013 - MAIN THEMES: announced

    6th 5-day Global Jatropha Hi-tech Integrated Nonfood Biodiesel Farming & Technology Training Programme September 23-27, 2013   Programme - Main Themes: Jatropha Curcas Biology, Biodiversity & Physiology -Genetic Improvement ...


    By Advanced Biofuel Center

  • Perennial grass crops - a carbon neutral biofuel?

    Perennial crops, such as grasses, are attracting increasing interest as potential biofuel crops. Perennial crops have significant advantages over many annual crops because they require less energy input during growth than annual crops which not only need to be planted each year, but typically require more fertiliser, herbicide and pesticide input. Research on farm-scale cultivation of the ...

  • Planning for sustainable global biomass use

    Projected future population growth, dietary changes and a growing need to use biomass for energy and fibre will increase the global use of biomass over the coming decades. Livestock are a major contributor to human biomass consumption, using from 30-75 per cent of all biomass harvested by humans, new research shows. The research suggests that integrated assessments of land and biomass use are ...

  • Web-based information tool for food security for Haiti

    In the face of extreme food price volatility and food shortages in Haiti following the January 12 earthquake, FAO has developed an interactive tool to guide international agencies and NGOs involved in food security across the country. The Haiti Food Security Emergency Tool aggregates data from a ...

  • Scottish seaweed may help tackle climate change

    Scotland’s seaweed could be the latest weapon in the fight against climate change, according to a new report commissioned by The Crown Estate and conducted by researchers at The Scottish Association for Marine Science. The report details the potential of farming marine algae to be used to produce biomass to heat homes and fuel transport while avoiding the problems associated with biofuels, such ...


    By The Crown Estate

  • New rules on illegal timber come into force across EU

    New rules to prevent illegal timber being sold on the European market have come into force across the EU. The legislation will strengthen efforts to halt illegal logging which causes serious environmental damage and biodiversity loss and undermines the efforts of those trying to manage forests responsibly. The Regulation, which was first proposed by the Commission in 2008, was adopted by the EU ...


    By Europa Press Room

  • Abscisic acid treatments can prevent tomato blossom-end rot

    Plants are subjected to numerous environmental stresses -- drought, extreme temperatures, and excess light can all affect plant growth and quality. Looking for methods to improve the quality of tomato plants, researchers at the University of Tennessee turned to abscisic acid, a plant hormone known to help plants acclimate to these types of severe environmental stresses. The research results and ...

  • Trimble introduces Blue Ox integrated transportation management system for forestry

    Trimble (NASDAQ:TRMB) today introduced the Blue Ox™ system, an integrated transportation management solution for forestry applications. Blue Ox integrates several mobile technologies with real-time data across the forestry supply chain. The system analyzes and processes the data to help timber companies, loggers and trucking firms increase the percentage of loaded miles, take advantage of more ...


    By Trimble

  • Luna® Fungicide Label Expansion Gives Growers New Crops for Broad-Spectrum Disease Control

    Bayer has received notice that the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has approved an expanded label for Luna® fungicides permitting use on a larger group of fruit, nut and vegetable crops. Once approved in relevant states, these label expansions will be effective across a broad geographical ...


    By Bayer Crop Science AG

  • Farmers Now Harvesting Biomass for Project Liberty Opening

    Farmers are now harvesting and delivering cob bales for the 2014 opening of Project LIBERTY in Emmetsburg, Iowa. Project LIBERTY is POET-DSM’s 20 million-gallon-per-year cellulosic bio-ethanol plant under construction today. The facility will use corn crop residue – cobs, leaves, husk and some stalk – to produce renewable fuel. Farmers for ...


    By Poet, LLC

  • Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture

    The Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture (GFIA) is presenting itself to the outside world as ‘the world's award-winning sustainable agriculture event’. With 40 ministerial delegations and numerous top figures from the agrifood world, this trade fair and conference is guaranteed to feature many innovations in a wide range of fields. As an innovation partner, Wageningen UR is ...

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