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Innovation and technology start with growers working with their peers and manufacturers.
In the market for a new planter or transplanter? Then how you harvest matters just as much as your planting window and budget.
Take a look at these new models and retrofit opitons ideal for specialty crop growing.
Land O’Lakes Prize offers up $150,000 to help make drones more useable for farmers
A British company developed Bee Gym, distributed by Vita Ltd.
Cornell University’s Andrew Landers offers details on the latest advancements in sprayers, tips to reduce drift, and how to choose the proper nozzle.
Can farmers actually reach the point of having too much information?
New automated technologies could help specialty crop growers deal with labor crisis.
Specialty crop adoption of hort tech to usher in new efficiencies and transparency.
More evidence being found about how people can benefit from automation in the field.
Videos cover the science behind key topics and best practice recommendations, which include understanding droplet size and spectrum.
With increased room in vehicle, additional personnel can be transported to complete tasks on the farm.
The show to be held in Italy will highlight some of the latest spraying, irrigation, and harvesting equipment.
Take a look at a trio of recent farm tractor releases from several leading manufacturers.
This kind of innovation is not just about labor-saving convenience, it could save an industry without having to completely alter the way a crop is grown.
New tool, developed in California, helps to alleviate labor needs during summer planting season.