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  • Anti Bio Technologies awarded Australian Technology Showcase membership for hydroponics water treatment technology

    Anti Bio Technologies Pty Ltd is delighted to announce that The Australian Technology Showcase recently accredited the company with membership for its second application.Anti Bio uses sweeping sound frequencies and electro magnetic fields to assist in the removal of bio film from surfaces coming into contact with water and other fluids.The company has been a member of the Showcase since 2002 ...


    By Anti Bio Technologies

  • BiOWiSH™ distributor featured in a radio interview

    July 19, 2011  For Immediate Release CHICAGO, IL - The president of one of BiOWiSH Technologies' biggest distributors was featured on a Voice of Idaho radio broadcast. This was the second in a series of interviews CropKing President, Paul Brentlinger, did with the network. Brentlinger talked about what a biocatalyst is and answered some questions about how it works. "A ...


    By BiOWiSH Technologies

  • EPA Settles with Hydrofarm, Inc. for Selling Unregistered Pesticides

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today announced a settlement with Hydrofarm, Inc. for selling two unregistered pesticides in violation of federal pesticide law. As part of the settlement, the Petaluma, Calif.-based Hydrofarm, Inc., one of the nation’s largest distributors of agricultural and hydroponic supplies, has agreed to pay $316,000 in fines and has stopped selling both ...

  • Caterpillar Inc. and Sun Select Produce Inc. Announce Plans for Greenhouse Collaboration

    Caterpillar Inc. (NYSE: CAT) and SunSelect Produce, Inc., known for producing premium greenhouse-grown vegetables for more than 30 years, today announced a strategic collaboration that will take the waste products of Caterpillar’s combined heat and power cogeneration facility in Mossville, Illinois, and put them to productive use in SunSelect hydroponic greenhouses. The agreement is subject ...


    By Caterpillar

  • Get Feet Wet in Aquaponics at FSR

    Two talks at the Sept. 20-22 Farm Science Review will dive into aquaponics. “There’s growing interest in aquaponics in the Midwest,” said Matthew Smith, an aquaculture specialist with The Ohio State University who will give ...


    By Ohio State University

  • Nepal sees potential in aquaponics

    Nepal sees food security potential in aquaponics, a combination of aquaculture and hydroponics. Aquaculture efficiently ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • 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 ...

  • Envista Farms and Independence LED Lighting launch groundbreaking integration of aquaponics and LED grow lights

    Strategic partners Envista Farms and Independence LED Lighting announced today the launch of the latest indoor fish and vegetable farming facility on the market with advanced Aquaponics and LED Grow Lights. The facility at 1003 Maclay St, Harrisburg, PA 17103 opens in conjunction with the 100th Anniversary of the Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg on January 9 through 14, 2016, and serves as a ...


    By Envista Farms, LLC

  • Floating Farms in the Future – Water Storage Tanks Would Play a Role

    A lot of things might sound far fetched at first, but in no time at all they find themselves being implemented and being totally the norm. Could that be the case with the floating farms we read about in this week’s Daily Mail? A team from Barcelona has designed floating farms that could feed the world in forthcoming decades. Multi-levelled structures would be used to, not only catch fish, ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • Workshop Offers Insight into Aquaculture

    Ohio needs more fish farmers, and researchers at the Ohio Center for Aquaculture Research and Development are working to meet that need. The center will offer a daylong introductory workshop on aquaculture and aquaponics Oct. 29 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The workshop, which will be held at The Ohio State University South Centers, 1864 Shyville Road in Piketon, is designed to offer participants ...


    By Farm Science Review

  • PetroAlgae's Protein Achieves Successful Test Results For Human Consumption

    PetroAlgae Inc. (OTCPK: PALG), a global provider of licensed technology that produces micro-crops for renewable protein, feed, and fuel products announced today the completion of the first phases ...


    By PRWeb

  • 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 Foundation

  • China`s agricultural patents on the rise

    [BEIJING] Patent applications for agricultural innovations, particularly for genetically modified (GM) crops, have surged in China in the past decade, according to intellectual property experts. Statistics from the China Center for Intellectual Property in Agriculture (CCIPA) show that applications doubled between 2002 and 2008, from 4,500 to 9,300. The rise is against a backdrop of even ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Water Soluble Fertilizers Market estimated to reach 8,895.4 thousand metric tons by 2017

    Water soluble fertilizers are fertilizers that can be dissolved in water and added or leached out of the soil easily. It is easy to control the precise amount of nutrients available to plants with the help of water soluble fertilizers. This market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 4.5% from 2012 to 2017, reaching 8,895.4 thousand metric tons by 2017. The global market has grown significantly in ...


  • Pentair and Water Sector Groups Collaborate to Advance Sustainable Water Reuse in Agriculture

    The WateReuse Association, Water Environment & Reuse Foundation, and Pentair, a global leader in creating sustainable water solutions, have come together to help advance the development of sustainable agricultural practices by highlighting innovative farming approaches using water reuse technologies in a new video released in conjunction with the 20th Annual WateReuse Research Conference in ...


    By WateReuse

  • Disruptive changes coming in technologies of food production, finds report

    Changes in the way food is grown will soon represent risk to existing dominant players worldwide and create new opportunities in agriculture, a new report finds. Increasing population, climate change, rising fossil fuel prices, ecosystem degradation and water and land scarcity are making today's food production methods increasingly unsustainable and driving important new innovation in ...


    By Kachan & Co.

  • Urban horticulture supplies fresh food, creates jobs, recycles waste

    By 2025, more than half the developing world's population - an estimated 3.5 billion people - will be urban. For policy makers and urban planners in poor countries, greener cities could be the key to ensuring safe, nutritious food, sustainable livelihoods and healthier communities. The concept of "green cities" is usually associated with urban planning in the more developed world. But it has a ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • The high rise Urban farms of the future

    Imagine a full-scale farm right in the heart of New York City, in the deserts of Darfur or on the moon.  While you might have to wait some time for your lunar lettuce, vertical farming technologies are increasing the possibilities of cultivating crops much more efficiently here on earth.  Moving farms into buildings might change the way much of humanity grows its food.  And while ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • GE and Houweling’s Tomatoes Unveil the First Greenhouse Combined Heat and Power Project in the US with Carbon Dioxide Fertilization

    GE (NYSE: GE) and its customer Houweling’s Tomatoes, a leading North American greenhouse grower, today unveiled the first combined heat and power (CHP) greenhouse project in America that captures carbon dioxide (CO2) for use in plant fertilization. Using two of GE’s 4.36-megawatt (MW), ecomagination-qualified ...


    By General Electric

  • Bion Announces Initial Success of Advanced Separation Technology Pilot -- Enables Improved Asset Recovery, Further Reductions of N & P, Increased Sustainability at Lower Cost

    Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc. (OTC BB/QB: BNET) announced today positive initial results of the advanced separation technology the Company is piloting at its livestock waste treatment facility at Kreider Farms in Manheim, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. In mid-July, Bion began conducting (invitation-only) tours for various stakeholders to showcase the new solids separation technology, now ...

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