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China’s soil: Reducing mineral and heavy metal contamination

In recent years, food consumption in China has increased an average of 23 percent. Not only has there been an increase in the demand for food, but also for a more diverse range of food.

8 digital innovations disrupting agriculture

8 digital innovations disrupting agriculture

Eight digital disruptions are driving the next agriculture revolution.

Alltech and Solbiosur teams see a flourishing future in Spain & beyond

On the heels of Alltech’s acquisition of Solbiosur in December 2016, we caught up with the people who are hard at work making this joining of forces possible.

Five ways to make your crop operation more natural

Five ways to make your crop operation more natural

By taking simple steps in conjunction with existing conventional practices, growers produce more naturally while remaining profitable.

In search of the perfect tomato crop: Hormonal precursors aid in standardization

In search of the perfect tomato crop: Hormonal precursors aid in standardization

Hormonal precursors provide a natural path to consumer satisfaction and producer profitability.

Grower spotlight: Ray Tucker

Grower spotlight: Ray Tucker

A sixth generation farmer, Ray Tucker takes a pragmatic approach to farm management, balancing technology investments with the farm's bottom line.

Southeast Asia through the eyes of Canadian agriculturalists

Advanced Agricultural Leadership Program (AALP).

Florida's fight: The battle against citrus greening for the future of orange juice

The sun is shining and the skies are blue, but there is a palpable anxiety in the Florida orange groves.

A digital farming future

An interview with David Hunt The following is an edited transcript of our interview with David Hunt, CEO and co-founder of Cainthus.

New natural alternatives to fertilizers could give Karnataka, India, an edge in sustainable crop management.

Karnataka: A growing state in India

In a country of over 1.2 billion people, agriculture is the backbone of the Indian economy.