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  • CJP Releases Promising Various Biodiesel Crop Cultivation Technology

    The Centre for Jatropha Promotion & Biodiesel (CJP) is a bioenergy crop research and development company that is meeting global demand for sustainable plant oil by working towards scientific commercialization of nonfood biodiesel trees/crops that will lend credibility; reliability and scalability. With a fully integrated platform featuring a world-class leadership and science team, the most ...


    By Advanced Biofuel Center

  • John Deere introduces two new tillage tools: 2230 Field Cultivator & 2330 Mulch Finisher

    To help producers prepare a more agronomically sound seedbed ahead of the planter in often short time windows, John Deere introduces two new tillage tools. These next-generation secondary tillage implements are designed from "below the ground up" to work faster and smarter, making customers more productive while effectively handling tough soil conditions and high levels of crop residue at speeds ...


    By John Deere

  • VEPOWER to break ground on bio-energy nursery

    VEPOWER Limited is to break ground on their new nursery in Southern Europe. The nursery will bring on Jatropha curcas saplings to be dispatched to plantations around the World.  The plants will be grown from seed of known provenance and cultivated for resilience and hardiness.  The nursery will work on organic principles to aid conscientious growers in their sustainability endeavours. ...

  • New Projects in Japan, Mexico and Guatemala

    Verbakel-Bomkas is contributing to the international growth of high-tech horticultural greenhouse projects. In the past months several new projects have been designed and engineered for our export markets.  In Japan two innovative greenhouse projects have been prepared in collaboration with our local partner Tomita Technologies. One special 1 hectare project for the cultivation of ...


    By VB Greenhouses B.V.

  • Sapphire Energy`s Commercial Demonstration Algae-to-Energy Facility Now Operational

    Sapphire Energy, Inc., one of the world leaders in algae-based green crude oil production, today announced the first phase of its Green Crude Farm, the world's first commercial demonstration algae-to-energy facility, is now operational. Construction of this first phase, ...


    By Sapphire Energy

  • Opinion: A global reason to eat locally

    The following op-ed originally appeared in the Vancouver Sun. Eating organic and local produce from the Trout Lake, West End, Main Street and Kitsilano farmers' markets and others around Vancouver is becoming the norm, rather than just a trend among wealthy foodies. Over the past 15 years, the ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • European owners satisfied with their Direct 2.0 tractors

    The latest version of Valtra’s stepless transmission has won praise from owners around the world. The new Direct 2.0 is even easier to use, more powerful, quieter, more comfortable and more fuel efficient than previous versions. For example, cab noise levels on the T163 EcoPower model have been reduced to just 68.5 decibels. The Direct 2.0 transmission is available with the N123, N143, ...

  • Deere Emphasizes Importance of Precision Agriculture Despite Termination of Acquisition

    Deere & Company (NYSE: DE) announced it was informed by Monsanto Company that it has chosen to terminate a 2015 agreement for Deere to acquire the Precision Planting LLC business. "We are deeply disappointed in this outcome as we remain confident the acquisition would have benefited customers," said John May, President, Agricultural Solutions and Chief Information Officer. ...


    By John Deere

  • Global Market for Agricultural and Forestry Machinery

    This market research report package offers a perspective on the actual market situation, trends and future outlook for agricultural and forestry machinery in different countries around the world. The studies provide essential market information for decision-makers including: - Overall market for agricultural and forestry machinery in different countries - Market for agricultural and forestry ...


  • IDCs: innovation engine for horticulture

    “We want to show innovations in intensive horticulture and demonstrate how they can be applied in practice. This is the main goal of the Innovation and Demonstration Centres (IDCs) in the Netherlands,” says Sjaak Bakker of Wageningen UR Greenhouse Horticulture. There are currently seven operational IDCs, namely in the field of water , flavour, energy, LED lighting, bulbs and plants, ...

  • Ancient farming method may help conserve savannahs

    A fire-free farming method practiced by early inhabitants of the Amazonian savannahs could help inform efforts to conserve and rehabilitate these important ecosystems around the world, a study has found. The research provides greater historic context for findings presented at a conference earlier this year (26 January), which suggested that slash-and-burn — in which trees are felled, left ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • For lively fish in the water

    For 30 years, trout have been cultivated at the Winkelmann farm in Wietzendorf (Lower Saxony), southeast of the city of Soltau. What started out as a hobby ultimately became a business. Since then, the main goal has been the preparation of fish eggs, caviar (roe). The female trout are brought up in concrete semi-circulating basins and slaughtered after 26 to 29 months as salmon trout. The annual ...

  • Youth deserve gold medals for sustainability

    Over 1,000 young athletes from 70 nations will compete in the first ever Winter Youth Olympic Games in Innsbruck, Austria. Not only will they compete for coveted medals, they will cooperate in various hands-on workshops as part of a Culture and Education Program that includes the Youth Olympic Games Sustainability Project. As we prepare to cheer the young athletes of the Winter Youth Olympics, ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • International crop breeding programme needed for African farming

    Climate change poses a large threat to African agriculture, but there is little research on how to respond. A recent study indicates that traditional adaptation methods are not enough and international collaboration is needed in 'planned adaptation' by collecting and conserving certain crops for the future. A large proportion of the African population - mainly the poor - depend on agriculture for ...

  • Will large amounts of soil carbon be released to the atmosphere if grasslands are converted to energy crops?

    Grasslands in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) in the United States may be increasingly converted to growing bioenergy grain crops. Questions abound regarding the fate of carbon sequestered in the soil during the CRP program by perennial grasses if the land is converted to grain crop production and the potential effectiveness of no-till production systems to conserve the sequestered soil ...

  • Integrated weed management can reduce need for herbicides

    The use of herbicides on crops causes environmental concerns. A new French study assesses the performance of cropping systems to manage weeds and finds that these techniques could control arable weeds in the long-term and reduce reliance on herbicides. In Europe, herbicides provide the conventional means of managing weeds on farmland. Although effective, herbicides are expensive and can build up ...

  • John Deere Offers Complete FT4 Package of DEF and Related Products

    To make it convenient and easy for customers to access, handle and use Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) and other fluids in their Final Tier 4-compliant equipment, John Deere is offering a full range of fluids and handling equipment. In addition to its Cool-Gard II Heavy Duty Engine Coolant, Plus-50 II Premium Engine Oil and Diesel Exhaust Fluid, developed and manufactured to meet the specifications ...


    By John Deere

  • China - Netherlands cooperation on improvement of China potato production

    Raising China potato production is of utmost importance. In the coming years a great effort is to be made to meet the increasing demand of potatoes for fresh consumption and for industry. In a joined R&D program Chinese and Dutch research institutes and companies investigated opportunities for improvement on the main topics of potato production. ‘Progress Report China Potato GAP ...

  • Parasitic plants cause huge damage to rice crops in Africa

    Parasitic plants – plants that penetrate another plant and grow at its expense – have caused some $200 million worth of damage to the African rice harvest this year, at the cost of 15 million meals a day. If no effective measures are developed and implemented against these parasites, the damage will increase over the coming years by some $30 million a year. This has been revealed by a ...

  • State of Nature: Largest ever assessment draws a mixed picture for Europe`s habitats and species

    The Commission has adopted a new report providing the most comprehensive picture yet on the ‘State of Nature in the EU’. The findings show that the majority of birds have a secure status, and some species and habitats are doing better. Targeted conservation actions have brought successes, but a much greater effort is required for the situation to improve significantly. Commissioner ...

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