Technology

Nelson Irrigation debuts micro-sprinkler with modular design

Nelson Irrigation recently introduced a new product, the S7 Spinner, which it said is ideal for irrigation, frost-protection or cooling of a tree or vine crop. The... more »

Irrigation treatment units offer alternatives to acid injections

Chemical-free water treatment systems offer a new way to deal with hard-water problems in irrigation systems and orchards. In addition to building up inside irrigation systems and on fruit, hard-water minerals can impact plant uptake... more »

Automation startup wins AgSharks Fast Pitch event

Augean Robotics walked away from Western Growers’ AgSharks Competition Oct. 30 with a $250,000 equity investment offer, as well as access to farm acreage for pilot testing, to take its collaborative robotic platform from development... more »

Organic Grower Summit plans education session

The expanding use of technology by organic growers, regardless of the size of their operation, will be the topic of an educational session at the upcoming Organic Grower Summit. “Technology Is Not Just For Big... more »

New produce label introduced by Pro Label International

Santa Barbara, California-based Pro Label International, a manufacturer of produce-labeling equipment and PLU labels, has released it latest model, the PL 2000 label applicator with optional print-on-demand functionality. According to the company, the PL 2000... more »

Bringing blockchain to the fruit market

It’s impossible to know whether a Super Bowl will live up to pregame hype, like the Philadelphia Eagles’ eight-point victory did in 2018. The same is true with explosive... more »

Cranberry grant provides funds to work with drone imaging

As part of the research grant, the University of Massachusetts Cranberry Station in Wareham is collaborating with a company that specializes in drone imaging technology, Skycision Inc. Skycision, founded in Pennsylvania in 2015, now has... more »

WSU, Australian scientists form Joint Center for Ag Robotics

To speed robotic advancements that help farmers grow food with fewer resources, scientists at Washington State University and Australia’s University of Technology Sydney have partnered to form the new Joint Center for Agricultural Robotics. The... more »

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