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Harvest CROO Robotics strawberry harvester nears fruition

After five years of development, Harvest CROO Robotics has a robotic picker that is able to look at a strawberry plant and determine which among the b... READ MORE »

Packaging company Sonoco hooks up with Harvest Croo Robotics

Hartsville, South Carolina-based Sonoco, a global packaging company, has become a joint development partner and investor in the Plant City, Florida-b... READ MORE »

Autonomous vehicle rolled out by Harvest CROO Robotics

Harvest CROO Robotics announced the introduction of their autonomous vehicle. This is a major step towards the completion of the Alpha Unit, which is ... READ MORE »

Harvest CROO Robotics’ strawberry platform supported

The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant worth up to $1 million. It is to be administered in two phases to Harvest CROO Robotics, supportin... READ MORE »

Naturipe invests in Harvest CROO Robotics

Naturipe Berry Growers has joined the list of strawberry industry investors supporting Harvest CROO Robotics. With the support of Naturipe, now more t... READ MORE »

Harvest Croo Robotics approved for Pitzer Wheel patent

Harvest CROO Robotics is developing and testing the latest technology for agricultural robotics – an automated strawberry picker to help alleviate t... READ MORE »

Automated harvesters power up for strawberries

Automated strawberry harvests are taking place in select fields of California and Florida, as the robots become more commercial and less experimental.... READ MORE »

Food safety help may be on the way for specialty crop operators

Outbreaks of foodborne diseases threaten the daily lives of millions of Americans, resulting in recalls and sometimes loss of life. Providing an integ... READ MORE »

Virosoft CP4 registered in California for codling moth, oriental fruit moth larvae

BioTEPP Inc., a Canadian biotech company, is proud to announce that it received registration from the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalE... READ MORE »

Source of pathogen that causes bitter rot disease pegged

Fungal spores responsible for bitter rot disease, a common and devastating infection in fruit, do not encounter their host plants by chance. Turns out... READ MORE »


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