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Top 10 takeaways: World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit

Top 10 takeaways: World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit

What should ag-tech entrepreneurs bear in mind as they look towards a food-strapped future? The annual World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit attempts to answer this question and more. Check out the top 10 takeaways from last year’s San Francisco Summit, then register for this year's.
Merran White, AgInnovators, Published 15th Feb 2018
Take the AUSVEG survey: $1,000 in John Deere tools up for grabs

Take the AUSVEG survey: $1,000 in John Deere tools up for grabs

Member-growers who complete the 2018 AUSVEG Communications Survey are in the running to win a handy grand’s worth of John Deere tools. But act soon: the survey closes mid-February.
AgInnovators, Published 30th Jan 2018
Autonomous tractors on track: Case IH Magnum and New Holland NH Drive

Autonomous tractors on track: Case IH Magnum and New Holland NH Drive

A brace of award-winning autonomous concept vehicles, able to till, sow, spray and harvest, adjust for inclines, negotiate uneven terrain, avoid obstacles and monitor their own performance all without a human at the helm, should be on the market soon, promising to free farmers from tedious cropping tasks forever.
Merran White, AgInnovators, Published 12th Jan 2018
Egyptian invention halves rice crop irrigation-water use

Egyptian invention halves rice crop irrigation-water use

The Egyptian inventor of an innovative water-conserving machine claims it cuts by half the amount of water needed in rice cultivation, offering significant benefits to Egypt, whose share of Nile water is threatened by the Ethiopian Renaissance Dam – and to farmers globally grappling with water scarcity.
Mohamed El-Sayed, SciDev.Net, Published 28th Jul 2017
Ag-bots and e-rakes: 10 futuristic farm equipment innovations

Ag-bots and e-rakes: 10 futuristic farm equipment innovations

From a driverless ‘Greenbot’ to a sensor-driven precision nozzle, a tractor-mounted soil mapper to an independently-functioning e-rake, cutting-edge technology unveiled at the most recent Agritechnica in Hanover, Germany, is set to make farming almost automatic – though there'll still be grunt work to do.
Merran White, Published 29th Jan 2016
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