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  • FFM Receives Letter From Maple Leaf

    Formation Fluid Management Inc. (TSX VENTURE: FFM) ("Formation Fluid" or "the Company") announced today that it has received a letter from counsel to Maple Leaf Development Corporation ("Maple Leaf") alleging that the Company has breached an agreement between the Company and Maple Leaf granting Maple Leaf the right, subject to their ability to provide competitive manufacturing services to the ...


    By Marketwire

  • WINDIAS 3 – Image Analysis System for Leaves

    WinDIAS provides high speed measurement and analysis of leaf area and leaf features, making it the ideal tool for plant pathology applications. Advanced leaf area meter plus perimeter, length, width and object count Automated measurement of diseased, healthy and pest-damaged leaf areas Point and click colour selection Choice of camera or scanner systems Conveyor ...


    By Delta-T Devices Ltd.

  • UF researchers develop effective, inexpensive citrus greening detector

    While a commercially available cure for crop-killing citrus greening remains elusive, University of Florida researchers have developed a tool to help growers combat the insidious disease: an efficient, inexpensive and easy-to-use sensor that can quickly detect whether a tree has been infected. That early warning could give growers enough lead time to destroy plagued trees and save the ...

  • SavATree Offers Tips for Landscape Care After a Mild Winter

    With a relatively small amount of snow accumulation, the winter of 2012 stood in sharp contrast to the record-breaking winter of 2011. Without this snow cover or "white fertilizer" to act as insulation, lawns were left exposed to strong winter winds resulting in desiccation, or extreme drying. Add to this a spring with unusually mild temperatures arriving ahead of schedule and it means that ...


    By Marketwire

  • New satellite sensing tool for improving agricultural land use observation

    FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) data indicate that annually 2500 km3 of freshwater are used for agricultural production, which amounts to 70% of the water resources the whole of humanity consumes in a year. With the global population continuing to grow at a high pace, it is essential to optimize the use of water resources and to increase agricultural production in ...

  • Dairy Farmers of Canada unveils new organizational logo

    Today, Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC) proudly unveiled its new organizational logo, representing Dairy Farmers of Canada the organization, as part of a new overall brand conviction strongly reaffirming that dairy farmers believe in the power of dairy to give Canadians a healthier future. The new logo has been designed to be eye-catching, easier to understand, to create a stronger brand identity ...

  • Stevia Corp. Announces Cooperative Agreement With Technology Partner

    Stevia Corp. (OTCBB: STEV) ("Stevia Corp." or the "Company"), a farm management company focused on the economic development of stevia, the fastest growing product in the alternative sweetener sector, wishes to advise that it recently entered into both Supply and Cooperative Agreements with Guangzhou Health China Technology Development Company Limited, operating under the trade name Tech-New ...


    By Marketwire

  • Maize seedlings predict drought Tolerance

    Scientists have developed a new method for measuring drought tolerance in maize. By comparing the shoot-to-root ratio in seedlings stressed by low water, scientists can predict whether a plant has the right mix of genes for adapting to drought conditions. The ideal drought-resistant maize should have a higher ratio of root surface area compared to leaves and stems. Developing enough adult plants ...

  • Saving the world`s forests: a technology revolution to curb illegal logging

    Our future is inextricably linked to forests. The social and economic benefits they provide are essential to realising a sustainable century. A key litmus test of our commitment to this future is our response to a growing, global threat: illegal logging and the criminal timber trade. Forests are vital source of biodiversity and livelihoods. More than 1.6 billion people depend on forests for their ...

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