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  • Selecting a Precision Ag Crop Scouting Solution: Use Near Real Time Data On and Off the Field

    Introducing the Ag Industry to Near Real Time Data When we discuss the benefits of near real-time data as it relates to agricultural applications, we are really talking about the ability of crop consultants to advise growers, of agronomists to recommend inputs, of seed dealers to analyze growth performance, and of growers to identify areas of stress — all while standing at the ...


    By Sentera, LLC

  • Precision Farming Industry Analysis & Forecast for 2013 - 2018

    ReportsnReports.com adds "Precision Farming Market by Technology (GPS/GNSS, GIS, Remote Sensing & VRT), Components (Automation & Control, Sensors, FMS), Applications (Yield Monitoring, VRA, Mapping, Soil Monitoring, Scouting) - Global Forecast & Analysis (2013 - 2018)" new market research report to its store. The global population is expected to rise up to, nearly, 7.5 billion ...


  • Symposium Tackles Golden Horseshoe’s Ag Identity

    The Town of Lincoln and Niagara College hosted an agricultural symposium last week, inviting 90 people in the agricultural sector from across the Golden Horseshoe to talk about growing the food and farming cluster in the region. In the photo, answering questions from the audience are presenters, from left: VRIC CEO Jim Brandle, GHFFA executive director Janet Horner, Food and Beverage Ontario ...

  • New Greenhouses Boost Research, Competitive Edge

    The new Williams Hall greenhouse complex on the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center’s Wooster campus is much more than a replacement for the greenhouse lost to a tornado almost five years ago: It’s a state-of-the-art facility that will help advance plant research and strengthen Ohio agriculture. The original Williams Hall greenhouse complex was leveled by a September ...


    By Ohio State University

  • Glaciers have moved together in far-flung regions

    A new study adds evidence that climate swings in Europe and North America during the last ice age were closely linked to changes in the tropics. The study, published this week in the journal Science, suggests that a prolonged cold spell that sent glaciers in Europe and North America creeping forward several hundred years ago may have affected climate patterns as far south as Peru, causing ...

  • Seeds last much longer without oxygen

    If seed breeding companies, gene banks and the Svalbard Global Seed Vault on Spitsbergen should store plant seeds under oxygen-poor conditions, it would be possible to store them for much longer while still maintaining their germination capacity. This is indicated by research carried out by seed physiologists from Wageningen UR and seed experts from the Centre for Genetic Resources, the ...

  • Celebrating 60 Years of Atomic Timekeeping

    Wednesday 3 June 2015 marks the 60th anniversary of atomic timekeeping, a revolutionary technology which underpins much that we take for granted in the modern world. From global communications and satellite navigation to the systems behind our transportation and financial networks, the maintenance of a stable and accurate time scale is essential for our society to function. In an attempt to move ...

  • Agilent Technologies Introduces miRNA Microarrays Featuring Latest miRBase 21 Content

    Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today announced updates to its SurePrint miRNA Microarrays to include targets from the latest public miRNA miRBase database. The database, miRBase 21, contains 28,645 entries, including more than 15 percent in content added from miRBase 20. ...


    By Agilent Technologies, Inc.

  • Women @ Energy: Katherine Riley

    Principal Scientific Applications Engineer Katherine Riley manages a team of computational scientists at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility. She received her Bachelor's degree from the University of Chicago in physics, and pursued graduate studies in astrophysics and applied mathematics. Focusing on scientific software architecture and performance, she spent several years developing an ...


    By US Department of Energy

  • Climate scientists say Europe faces a big chill

    Two separate and very different studies have confirmed a climate paradox − that global warming and a slowdown in the Atlantic Ocean currents could trigger climate change and bring a prolonged chill in Europe. One researcher argues that not only could it happen, it must have happened every 1,500 years or so during the last Ice Age, and that the transitions were ...


    By Climate News Network

  • What the Fertilizer Industry Has Been Doing to Reduce Groundwater Pollution

    The fertilizer industry is very concerned and engaged in the issue of nitrate contamination in California's groundwater supplies, according to Richard Cornett, communications director for the Western Plant Health Association in Sacramento, a trade group that represents fertilizer companies, manufacturers and retailers. Regarding a recent UC Davis study on the issue, the fertilizer industry ...


  • Conservation Tillage Conference March 2-3 Offers Tips for Farmers in Tight Economy

    High input costs coupled with low grain prices anticipated in 2016 means that growers have to make smarter, calculated choices to grow profitable crops this year. Also important is the need to build and maintain healthy soils to help ensure good water quality, said Randall Reeder, a retired Ohio State University Extension agricultural engineer. Reeder is an organizer of the annual Conservation ...


    By Ohio State University

  • Equipmentwatch launches improved rental rate benchmarking product

    A newly improved Advertised Rental Rate Product was released today by Penton’s EquipmentWatch, the leading provider of data and insights products for the construction, lift truck and ag equipment industries. “Through our Rental Partnership Program launched earlier this year, we have significantly improved our Advertised Rental Rate product with an increase in the number of rental ...


    By Penton

  • World’s most innovative agricultural ideas step into the spotlight in Abu Dhabi

    A host of innovative ideas and products for sustainable agriculture, which have the potential to act as game-changing catalysts in the plight to feed 9.7 billion people forecasted by 2050, will be presented in Abu Dhabi next week. The free to attend Open Innovations Theatre, a popular feature on the show floor of the Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture (GFIA), will highlight products such ...


    By Turret Media FZ LLC

  • Efficiency as competitive edge

    In a scenario for the year 2050 described by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), a world population of around nine billion (i.e. one-third more than today) will need to be supplied with food, raw materials and energy. To keep pace, food production must increase by about 70 percent – a massive challenge that is aggravated by the impacts of climate change, water ...

  • Proactive stewardship is critical in sustainable agriculture

    Bayer CropScience is committed to proactive stewardship to underline the company’s strong commitment to sustainable agriculture. “We help growers around the world produce high-quality and high-yielding crops,” said Matthias Haug, Head of SeedGrowth at Bayer CropScience. “We take product stewardship very seriously, as it is important to maximize the benefits of seed ...


    By Bayer CropScience AG

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