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SoilEssentials now reseller 7Sense wireless irrigation sensor and their temperature & humidity sensor system
The Scottish precision farming pioneers SoilEssentials announces collaboration with Norwegian company 7Sense, to be the UK’s reseller of their smart, wireless temperature & humidity sensor monitoring system and their reliable, waterproof irrigation sensor
Israeli precision agriculture startup Agritask secures $8.5M in ag-insurance oriented financing round led by the InsuResilience Investment Fund
Agritask’s agronomic management software platform serves farmers and other stakeholders in the ecosystem, covering 20 countries worldwide and more than 50 crop types.
Thursday, November 7, 2019
Crop Systems to show improved Smartstor storage controller at British Potato (BP2019)
UK Storage systems provider Crop Systems Limited is adding new features to its SmartStor® controller, which will help users reduce storage costs, while improving their ability to manage stores remotely on mobile devices. See it at BP2019!
Precision farming solution 'Tuberzone' by Soilessentials will predict potato yield and tuber size  throughout the season
SoilEssentials Ltd will be showcasing 'Tuberzone' their precision farming solutions for potato cultivation at the upcoming BP2019, the potato industry event.
New AVR Puma 4.0 connects machine data with the farmer
AVR is introducing its new Puma 4.0 at the upcoming Agritechnica fair. The four-row potato harvester is the successor of the popular Puma 3 and is now fully cloud connected.
Friday, October 25, 2019
Punjab to introduce seed potato tracebility and certification using blockchain technology
To protect the interest of the Punjab farmers and uphold the state’s leadership position as the largest potato seed producing state in India, Punjab is planning the certification and traceability of seed potato using blockchain technology as of next year.
It is widely understood that traceability is important for food safety, but less well known that traceability can also help food producers and processors improve profitability.
End-to-end traceability in the food supply chain can do more than safeguard against potential disasters, particularly at the processing stage. Geoff Furniss, Head of BBC Technologies within TOMRA, explains how.
Ray Andrews of Crop Systems with the firm's new web-based potato store controller called SmartStor.
Many potato store operators could make significant savings in energy costs if they obtained more usage data to make informed decisions, according to Ray Andrews of Crop Systems Limited.