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Sector | Cultivation

Preventing overly vegetative growth in resistant tomato varieties with proper crop registration

Automation meets artificial intelligence with the RoBoCut system

and conversion kit of spare parts

New 15 mm diameter clip for cucumbers and peppers

US (IL): “We want to integrate solutions with the community, ensuring they have a stake in the outcome”

New growth chamber launched

Ukraine: Cherry tomato harvest underway at seedling greenhouse

“Vegetables in heated greenhouses are still incompatible with organic principles.”

Heated organic greenhouses get 5-year extension to switch to renewable energies

Tomato grower applies Tobre after contamination

"Stabilization in deteriorated growth of ToBRFV-infected crop"

Anthony De Ieso - Thorndon Park Produce

"We have had frost before, but last Wednesday did break a few records across Adelaide"

How small-scale farmers are helping Kenya’s tilapia business

Strawberries from field in Egypt delivered to European retailer in 36 hours

Ukrainian village develops vegetable farming, builds greenhouses and storage facilities

O.P. Terre della Luce

"We have almost doubled the value of our raspberries"

Little to no harvesting of deciduous fruit on farms around Israel’s Northern Border

OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook: Emerging economies will continue driving agricultural markets

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Ontario growers among those using Spark Radar’s newest developments

Peru expected to play a significant role in blueberry expansion

Plentiful kale supply from California

First tropical storm of the season wipes out hot pepper production in Central Mexico

Over 60,000 tons of fresh produce sent from China to Mongolia

US company expands blueberry cultivation in southern Peru

Zucchini production costs in Almeria and Granada increase

Tomélon for the first time at all Aldi Belgium distribution centres this season

"There is increasing interest in our mini watermelon from abroad as well"

Continuous rain in central Wisconsin is spoiling ripe strawberries

Strong Pacific Northwest blueberry supply being projected

Indoor AgTech comes to an end

The opportunities for CEA in retail: convenience products

AI-driven plant root analysis

Laura van de Kreeke, Growy:

"Vertical farm technology will become more readily available and cheaper"

California delivers about 90% of U.S. strawberries annually

Jean-Hugues Belland, Interfel Nouvelle-Aquitaine:

"Our businesses must adapt to the expectations of the new generation"

Ukrainian agro-producer receives grant for horticulture and greenhouse development

Strawberry farming in Ukraine with a government grant

CAN: Ontario fruits and vegetables grown sustainably, study shows

Combimetal Carrera introduces soilless cultivation system

Morocco loses traction in Europe

The Netherlands and Turkey, Almeria's farmers' main competitors

Hand-picked green beans from Mexico differentiate in quality

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Engineering plant–microbe communication for plant nutrient use efficiency

Israeli Ministry of Agriculture to assist farmers increase tomato supply to the market

Vinnytsia farmers develop with "eRobota" Grants, boosting orchard and greenhouse projects

Investing in Ukraine's food security through agricultural grants

Ukrainian farmers received over 1 million euros in grant support for new orchards and greenhouses

Cutting through the noise of indoor strawberry farming

Mpumalanga agripreneurs lead aquaponics charge into Africa

Agriculture Innovation Hackathon held in Iraq

’S-Korea and Asia make a perfect market for berries given low energy cost and high product prices’

Official opening of UK's first Centre of Excellence in greenhouse growing

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Dutch cotton comes from greenhouses

AgeonTech Crop Consulting at Amsterdam GreenTech

"To take under control greenhouse parameters we developed a full set of more than 20 different sensors"

NL: Biodiversity with 'ecological rafts'

Soggy soil sinks strawberry season in Quebec

Empowering growers with research-driven strategies and solutions

US (WI): Waukesha North High School students make unique lunch with hydroponic garden

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"Hydroponic gardening creates more alternatives for sustainable food growth"

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What kind of farming do we need?

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India: PAU inks pact for marketing of patented hybrid hydroponics tech

New peat- and plastic-free pot made out of sphagnum moss

Optimizing genetics to advance controlled environment agriculture

Food and cannabis to be grown next to each other in aquaponics facility

Iris Herren from Ott Gemüsebau masters lettuce cultivation on water:

"Cultivation is now better and calmer"

Ukrainian farm expands production despite challenges of war

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Integrating plant science research in other scientific fields

How to avoid basil downy mildew (BDM disease)

Sebastian Ochoa:

“New blueberry plantation expansion in China is very huge”

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US: NSAC responds to House Agriculture Committee’s Farm Bill summary

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Challenge Fund: Nine Seychelles' circular economy pitches awarded grants

Peeling away a cause of food loss

Mounting regulations create challenges for Texas spinach producers

Polish growers focus on cooperation and innovation

CAN (AB): Maskwacis Greenhouse supplies schools with fresh veggies

"A good growing pot is necessary for blueberry production"

Producing 60 million ready-to-grow young plants in 45-acre greenhouses

Ambitious greenhouse vegetable grower expands at ZON

"I hope to grow 20 hectares by 2026."

High-tech boosts yields and efficiency

Las Nieves Cooperative Society (Seville)

"If no rain soon, we could lack lots of tomato harvest"

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US (IA): Applications open for Iowa Farm Bureau's 'Grow Your Future' award

Can we grow morel mushrooms for fun and profit?

Potential alternative crops for investment and growth

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Estonian growers battling with ongoing night frosts

Vegetable now recognized as high-value crop

Zucchini cultivation is expanding in Bangladesh

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The plant immune system: From discovery to deployment

Slower start and softer demand for California lettuces

Vietnam: Agri businesses emphasize improving product quality to maintain competitive edge

More than half of the Philippines’ provinces are in drought

Smart garden developer scores $194,197 grant

New trial looks into ToBRFV-resistant tomato varieties

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Early start to the strawberry season at Landgard and Pfalzmarkt

"The weather in spring was optimal for the strawberry cultivation"

North American Agribusiness Review

Strong strawberry availability expected during the rest of spring

Reaction to ruling on tomato imports from Mexico