[ad_1] Thulen – from sowing to germination, propagation, propagation, harvesting and all of this is automated on several vertical farms in a row. It looks like a factory and to some extent it is exactly the AVF + factory. Artechno is currently building a plantation plant like this one for
[ad_1] WABASH VALLEY, Ind. (WTHI) – Farmers in the Wabash Valley are taking advantage of these hot, dry conditions by harvesting as many crops before our next round of rains. Last week we learned that corn yield could be affected this harvest season due to tar spot disease. Although growing
[ad_1] The Hancock County Farm Bureau and the Hancock County United Way invite community members to learn more about agriculture and its impact in Hancock County by registering for Ride with a farmer. Local farmers will take participants on a tour with them during harvest by October 18. United Way’s
[ad_1] Karam Prakash Tribune press service Patiala, September 4 Harvinder Singh, 30, who made history by winning a bronze medal in archery at the Tokyo Paralympic Games, had been training for the mega event in his fields. After the Covid pandemic disrupted routine sporting activity, Harvinder, the son of a
[ad_1] Long-lost varieties of wheat may offer a good alternative to modern wheat on low-input farms, but harvesting can be a challenge, crop trials in Pembrokeshire have shown. Only 9 percent of Wales’ farmland is currently used for arable production and most of it is used for growing modern cereals.
[ad_1] Through improved production practices, Accelerate Income Through Diversification help farmers produce and verify high quality milk and meat, so they can access formal markets and ensure fairer prices for their products. By connecting smallholder farmers to more reliable sources of income, the program aims to close the living income
[ad_1] MONROE, Louisiana (KNOE) – Farmers in Bastrop plan and plant in advance. They are closely monitoring the effects of the latest wave of COVID-19. The owners of Armstrong Farms say they are harvesting more crops than usual because some of the things they are harvesting are already selling. They