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The ninetieth edition of the trade show was one of the biggest ones in the last years and expectations are this is not to change for the next edition
CanadaGAP, a government-recognized food safety certification program, stated that it will withdraw CanadaGAP certification for Aquaponic production effective March 31, 2020
At the fifth-annual Forbes AgTech Summit in Salinas, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue noted his admiration for the level of innovation that continues to be developed in the agricultural sector
The recent hot, dry summer weather has been good as the project moves forward.
On Feb. 22, Living Greens Farm Will Open Their Third Grow Room In Faribault, Minn.
Agriculture, takes up only about 1% of its land area.
Casual farmers overwork, buy fertilizer, and use municipal water.
The farm's small size belies its big ambition: to help improve the city's food security.
A loan would take too long to help, and when someone suggested crowdfunding, the urban farmer saw how much further that small business support could go.
Local Grown Salads launches Indoor Vertical Farms in Opportunity Zones in Washington DC, Baltimore, and Nashville. Farms produce organic Ready-To-Eat Salads.
According to Eurostat, in the year 2017, a total of 81,000 tons of aromatic and medicinal plants and spices were grown in the country.
A new course here aims to train the next generation of high-tech farmers so that Singapore can produce more of its own food.
Artificial photosynthesis: can we harness the energy of the sun as well as plants?
Since its introduction, over 20 years ago, coir has gained ground rapidly in North, Central and South America, as well as Asia.
“…Being a wholesaler and being constantly aware of the need to add value to our customers’ businesses, we are focused on finding the winning innovation of tomorrow”
Republic Polytechnic (RP) is paving the way for the future of Singapore's high-tech urban farming.
From vertical farms to artificial intelligence, the nation is embracing cutting-edge innovations to achieve this ambitious goal, says the UAE Minister of State for Food Security
If the world hopes to make meaningful progress on climate change, it won’t be enough for cars and factories to get cleaner. Our cows and wheat fields will have to become radically more efficient, too.