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29/11-2017

ADAS sees a new role for precision farmers in agricultural science

By Kathrine Hauge Madsen and Bodil Pedersen, SEGES. At ADAS (previously the Agricultural Development and Advisory Service) we met with Head of Crop ...

08/09-2017

Innovations for Precision agriculture seems to thrive at Harper Adams University

By Kathrine Hauge Madsen and Bodil Pedersen, SEGES. Harper Adams University is strongly engaged in innovation for precision agriculture Britain ...

08/09-2017

Visit to SOYL, the largest UK provider of services for precision farming

By Kathrine Hauge Madsen and Bodil Pedersen, SEGES On 31 May 2017 we met with Rory Geldard, business development manager for SOYL, who took time to ...

24/10-2016

Visit to Yara in Hanninghof, Dülmen, Germany

By Kathrine and Bodil Yara, one of our partners in the Future Cropping project, has a research center “The Institute for Crop Nutrition and ...

15/03-2016

Agro Intelligence can make agricultural machinery collect field data

Agro Intelligence develops advanced solutions for agricultural machinery, including precision agriculture. The basic idea is for the machines to ...

11/03-2016

SEGES wants to utilise the benefits of Big data for decision support systems

Why participate in Future Cropping   We see Big data as the foundation for development of new IT based decision support tools for farmers. SEGES ...

10/03-2016

Yara aim for a more intelligent distribution of fertilizer within a field

The Yara-N-sensor is used to ensure that the nitrogen application is adjusted according to field variations. The objective is to be able to apply ...

03/03-2016

Ejlskov is measuring redoxpotentials

As partner in Future Cropping Ejlskov is developing a probe for measuring redox potential. The measurements document areas prone to nitrogen leaching. ...

29/02-2016

Orbicon is developing matrix solutions

Why participate in Future Cropping – The nutrient loss via tile drains varies depending on local geography. Fertilizer application according to ...