Technology

Nanobubble partnership to help growers with efficiencies, water

Growers could benefit from an AgTech partnership designed to increased input efficiencies, including water savings through nanobubble technology. Nanobubble technology supplier Moleaer Inc. is collaborating with Griffin Greenhouse Supplies Inc., one of the largest U.S.... more »

CarbonCents partnership to help Titan Farms cut carbon footprint

A partnership with CarbonCents, a technology firm specializing in carbon footprint tracking and reduction solutions, should help Titan Farms reduce its carbon imprint. The collaboration for the Ridge Spring, South Carolina-based grower-shipper marks a significant... more »

New partnership between Sollum Technologies and Damatex

Sollum Technologies has announced a new partnership with Damatex. By integrating Sollum’s SUN as a Service cloud platform (SUNaaS) for greenhouse lighting control with Damatex’s climate control systems, this collaboration is set to simplify clients'... more »

Nature’s Reward battles disease, pests through mechanization, biologicals

Controlling insects and weeds that spread viruses and can devastate crops is a big challenge for Nature’s Reward. Formerly known as Steinbeck Country Produce, the Huntington family’s longtime growing operation employs biological products to protect... more »

On-farm AI: How water, farm and labor research guides decisions

Washington State University is leading an effort to tackle three distinct areas where artificial intelligence (AI) use can help agriculture meet challenges posed by changing weather: farm operations, water allocation and labor. [caption id="attachment_35011" align="aligncenter"... more »

New partnership to improve vertical farming

Philips Horticulture LED Solutions and Hoogendoorn Growth Management have partnered to enhance vertical farming. Their partnership aims to combine horticulture lighting technology with greenhouse automation solutions, resulting in improved dynamic lighting for vertical farms. Philips... more »

Registration opens for Cal Poly Strawberry Center Field Day

Registration has opened for the annual Cal Poly Strawberry Center Field Day. The event, scheduled for Aug. 8, is a large research and education gathering for the California strawberry industry, according to a news release from... more »

Cornell plant disease scientist honored

A Cornell University plant disease scientist has been honored for her work in improving crops. Maria Harrison is an adjunct professor in the section of plant pathology and plant-microbe biology at Cornell’s School of Integrative... more »

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Vegetable Growers News (VGN) May/June 2024 cover image

WSU AI program helps address water scarcity

Platform10 initiative focuses on pest, disease research

Farm market report: Inflation, farm input costs shape farm market prices

Nature’s Reward battles disease, pests through mechanization, biologicals

Fresh Views: Pollinator habitats

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