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  • John Deere`s Intelligent Boom Control Makes North American Debut

    In a milestone for forestry equipment technology, John Deere introduced its Intelligent Boom Control (IBC) option for its forwarders at Elmia Wood in Sweden on June 5-8, 2013. A feature the industry has anticipated for over 30 years, IBC is now offered as an option on all of John Deere's 1210E and 1510E Forwarders in North America. This technological breakthrough significantly increases ...


    By John Deere

  • John Deere`s Intelligent Boom Control Makes North American Debut

    In a milestone for forestry equipment technology, John Deere introduced its Intelligent Boom Control (IBC) option for its forwarders at Elmia Wood in Sweden on June 5-8, 2013. A feature the industry has anticipated for over 30 years, IBC is now offered as an option on all of John Deere's 1210E and 1510E Forwarders in North America. This technological breakthrough significantly increases ...


    By John Deere

  • John Deere Expands Tracked Feller Buncher Reach with New Long Boom Option

    With John Deere's 903K and 909K tracked feller bunchers new long boom option, more trees can be harvested with less travel. The new long boom delivers increased productivity by stretching maximum reach to more than 32 feet (9.82m), a 10.6 percent increase over the standard boom, when used with John Deere's field proven FR21B Disc Saw Felling Head. Designed to maximize productivity, the new long ...


    By John Deere

  • John Deere 800M-Series Tracked Feller Bunchers and Harvesters Now Equipped with Final Tier 4 Engines

    As a part of its commitment to offer loggers equipment designed to meet their needs, John Deere has upgraded the 800M-Series Tracked Feller Bunchers and 800MH-Series Tracked Harvesters with engines that meet FT4 emission standards. Building upon the revolutionary design launched in 2015, the machines are equipped to deliver premium performance, fluid efficiency, reliability and economical ...


    By John Deere

  • Fieragricola 2012 close to sold out: Agricultural mechanisation in the forefront with five halls out of ten

    Boom in registrations compared to the same period two years ago on the eve of the previous event: +21% for exhibitors, +28% for inside square metres, +67% for outside dynamic areas. There will also be an impressive line-up of international delegations, precisely at a time when agricultural engineering is set to return to pre-recession market levels, especially thanks to exports. Same - Deutz Fahr ...


    By Veronafiere

  • Two New Self-Propelled Sprayers Available from John Deere

    To meet evolving application needs of customers and Final Tier 4 emissions requirements, John Deere introduces the R4030 and R4038 Self-Propelled Sprayers. These new, completely redesigned John Deere 4 Series Sprayers offer greater productivity, more uptime, and reduced cost of operation while delivering faster, easier and more precise product application. The 800-gallon R4030 Sprayer replaces ...


    By John Deere

  • Agrochemicals worry Argentines

    Argentina's agricultural industry has been dramatically transformed by the introduction of genetically modified plants in 1996. A country once known for its grass-fed beef is now dominated by soy, corn and cotton. Soy harvests alone have tripled, ranking Argentina as the world's third largest soybean producer. But the pesticides powering this boom are poorly controlled and used in ways that were ...


    By Associated Press

  • John Deere Introduces ExactApply Intelligent Nozzle Control for Sprayers

    Producers and ag service providers can gain greater accuracy over their spray applications with John Deere ExactApply intelligent nozzle control system available on new John Deere 4-Series Sprayers. Starting with 2018 models, this latest application technology provides sprayer operators a comprehensive solution that maintains consistent droplet size and pattern through a wide range of ...


    By John Deere

  • John Deere 2154G/2156G and 2654G/2654G Swing Machines Boost Operator Comfort and Productivity

    John Deere is setting a new standard for the logging industry with the introduction of the 2154G/2156G and 2654G/2656G Forestry Swing Machines. Designed to increase operator efficiency and performance, the G-Series machines can maneuver through the toughest of jobs, from loading to processing big wood. Much like the large frame machines, the 2156G and 2656G Log Loaders are distinguished by ...


    By John Deere

  • Spraying made Easy with AutoGuide

    The AutoGuide steering assist system and section control features available on Valtra tractors make spraying crops much easier, as Jyrki Rantsi, a pig farmer from Varpaisjärvi in the North Savo region of Finland, can attest. Automated steering is often thought of as a tool designed for working on massive fields, but in fact like the section control feature too, it is of most use on small ...

  • Seven billion: the real population scare is not what you think

    If you believe the doomsday merchants, the scariest thing about this Halloween is the fact that the world’s population will pass seven billion on or near October 31. Population growth, however, is not the biggest skeleton in the closet when it comes to our planet’s ability to absorb human impact. Far more damaging than the booming birth rate in low income countries are the ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Make Big Jobs Feel Small With the New John Deere Large-Frame Skid Steer Loaders and Compact Track Loaders

    Contractors, landscapers, farmers, rental professionals and other equipment owners who understand the value of compact equipment can now expect even more power, productivity and uptime on the job with the new John Deere large-frame G-Series skid steers (330G, ...


    By John Deere

  • Global warming having direct impact on the world`s key fishing grounds

    Climate change is emerging as the latest threat to the world's dwindling fish stocks a new report by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) suggests. At least three quarters of the globe's key fishing grounds may become seriously impacted by changes in circulation as a result of the ocean's natural pumping systems fading and falling they suggest. These natural pumps, dotted at sites across the ...

  • FAO food price index declines further in February, led by sugar

    The FAO Food Price Index declined to a 55-month low in February, dropping 1.0 percent from January and 14 percent below its level a year earlier. Lower prices for cereals, meat and especially sugar more than offset an increase in milk and palm oil prices. The FAO Food Price Index averaged 179.4 points in February, down from 181.2 points in January and 208.6 points in February 2014. Its ...

  • Raven Industries and Jacto Inc. Announce New Strategic Precision ag Partnership

    SIOUX FALLS, SD -- (Marketwire) -- 09/09/10 -- Raven Industries, Inc. (NASDAQ: RAVN), Jacto Inc. and Raven Industries are excited to announce a strategic partnership in which Raven will be Jacto's precision ag partner for factory-installed components and the precision ag supplier for their global dealer network. "Jacto and Raven's partnership brings together two of the strongest ...


    By Marketwire

  • G-Series Large-Size Swing Machines Put Productivity Into Full Swing

    Setting a new industry standard for the swing machine market, the highly anticipated John Deere 3154/3156G and 3754/3756G swing machines offer operators increases in productivity, durability and reliability. From loading to processing big wood, the G-Series swing machines help loggers efficiently power through jobs. As part of the G-Series introduction, John Deere will distinguish its ...


    By John Deere

  • More California winemakers using less water to grow grapes

    The grape vines that grower Frank Leeds tends in Napa Valley stand among the unheralded heroes of California's drought, producing decade after decade of respected Cabernets and other wines without a drop of added water. In a state where farms and dairies take the biggest gulp of the water supply, Leeds and the owners of his Frog's Leap Winery are among a minority - but a growing minority - of ...


    By Associated Press

  • Influx of cheap Peruvian quinoa riles Bolivia

    International demand for quinoa continues to boom, and that's fueling an increasingly bitter commercial feud between Bolivia and Peru, the two main producers of the Andean "superfood." The fight pits hardscrabble, traditional organic growers mostly in Bolivia's semi-arid highlands against upstart Peruvian agribusinesses concentrated on the Pacific coast that include heavy pesticide users. Peru is ...


    By Associated Press

  • Report highlights growing role of fish in feeding the world

    More people than ever before rely on fisheries and aquaculture for food and as a source of income, but harmful practices and poor management threaten the sector’s sustainability, says a new FAO report published today. According to the latest edition of FAO’s The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture, ...

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