Remote digital agronomy from your mobile
16th July 2020
Increase productivity, save time, manage costs and risk with RHIZA’s mobile app.
Drones speed up crop walking
16th July 2020
Skippy Scout is a crop monitoring application that uses drones to automatically capture images to offer arable farmers vital broad acre crop insight.
Precision tech used to thank farmers and the NHS
27th April 2020
A group of farmers and manufacturers have come together to thank the NHS and the farming industry for their efforts during this time of national crisis.
Whatever the weather
12th April 2020
A progressive Suffolk farm is trialling the UK’s fastest growing agricultural weather station network service, to assess its benefits to the operation. David Williams reports.
Valtra helps develop carbon-neutral meat and dairy production
30th October 2019
Valtra is teaming up with fertiliser company Yara in a project that aims to achieve a significant reduction in the environmental impacts of meat and dairy production and increased productivity of grassland production.
Collaboration to offer farmers end-to-end precision agriculture solution
16th September 2019
Crop protection company Adama and precision agriculture startup Taranis, have announced a global partnership to develop a full service package solution to optimise farming practices and decrease costs through precision
Consider new technology to calculate accurate seed rates for variable rate drilling
23rd July 2019
Farmacy chairman Mike Young’s advice is to take the time now to consider how best to optimise variable rate inputs for this autumn, with new technology such as TerraMap offering a genuine opportunity to enhance the benefits of precision agronomy.
Game-changing soil mapping service launched
5th July 2019
A new soil nutrient scanning and mapping system, until now only available and in operation overseas, has been launched in the UK and is claimed to set a new standard for accuracy in precision agriculture.
Xarvio Digital Farming Solutions launches Scouting app for farmers in the UK
3rd June 2019
Using instant photo recognition, algorithm and data sharing technology, the free xarvio™ Scouting app enables growers and agronomists to accurately identify weed and disease threats in their fields via their smartphones.
Precision farming company announces sole UK distributor
19th March 2018
LH Agro, which, from 1st April 2018, becomes the sole official UK distributor of Topcon Agriculture precision farming equipment, has announced the launch of a new Topcon touchscreen control console,