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Mobile strapping machine with cornerboards automat

Safe transport of pallets and stacked goods can be guaranteed with strong and reliable strapping machines. Steenks Service offers a wide range of horizontal and vertical strapping machines, which are available as both automatic and semi-automatic models. A popular strapping machine is the Reisopack 2905. The Reisopack 2905 is a state-of-the-art automatic strapping machine from...
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Russia market of the full scope

The agriculture sowing area of Russia was 79.2 million hectares (4.6% of the total Russia national territorial area) in 2018 with a predicted increase by 1.3 million hectares in 2019. This area is mainly located in the Southern continent, near or in East Europe. Russia Agriculture Map In the agricultural production structure of enterprises between...
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The exclusive partnership in the UK horti industry

Under the agreement, Royal Brinkman will have the right to promote and distribute Current’s horticulture Arize™ grow lights solutions and upcoming Lucalox™ High Pressure Sodium lamps to the U.K. horticulture market. Current will be the exclusive lighting provider for Royal Brinkman U.K. Together, the two companies will collaborate on driving the horticulture industry forward while...
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Hemp processing becoming more efficient

Growers in states that have legalized recreational or medical cannabis are facing at least at least one key challenge: More than 90% of what they grow is considered refuse or plant waste, for which disposal is expensive. This dual situation has created a burgeoning industry to explore new methods for using the whole hemp plant...
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The military manager

After eight years of service in the Marine Corps, Ariel Montanez wasn’t really considering a career in horticulture. “The only thing I knew about plants was how to use them as camouflage,” says Montanez, who served in Okinawa and other deployments around the world before finishing his service at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. “I...
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Autonomous robot improves employee efficiency

Already owners of a DOT Power-Platform, operations manager Chuck Baresich says the company’s new investment in a RoamIO autonomous robot is specifically intended to help employees accomplish more in less time. “We wanted this robot because every year we have a range of small monotonous tasks that just don’t get done,” says Baresich. “My vision...
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This startup has “Industry-leading unit economics”

The indoor farming industry is heating up again, posting one of the biggest year-over-year increases in funding according to AgFunder’s AgriFoodTech Investing Report. In 2019, indoor farming investment jumped 38% on 2018. For Florida-based vertical farming startup Kalera, forward momentum is everything. “Orlando was our first large-scale facility, but we are eager to double up,” CEO...
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Keeping your greenhouse pathogen-free

US- Nicole Gauthier, an Extension Specialist in Plant Pathology at the University of Kentucky, has some words of wisdom for greenhouse growers when it comes to how they should think about sanitation in their facilities. “It all comes down to just being clean and remembering the basics,” Gauthier says. “It’s easy to get caught up...
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Tech to change the way Horti is managed

Technology will make horticulture more efficient and sustainable, says founder and Managing Director Ros Harvey of Australian company, The Yield Technology Solutions. According to Ms Harvey, technology is also the key to dealing with the impacts of climate change. “Weather is becoming more unpredictable”, she emphasises. “And critical resources like water are scarcer and therefore...
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Netherlands offers “vertical farming”

UZBEKISTAN, Tashkent- Representatives of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in the Benelux countries, together with the Agency for attracting foreign investments under the Ministry of Investment and Foreign Trade and responsible persons of the khokimiyats of Bukhara, Kashkadarya, Navoi and Khorezm regions held online negotiations with the leaders of the Dutch company PlantLab, Dunyo news agency...
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Is hemp the future of NZ’s agriculture industry?

But a group of keen Kiwis are hoping to grow that very image, and have hemp take its rightful place as a marker of rural Aotearoa. Hemp, a variety of the cannabis sativa plant species, often gets confused with its notorious ‘wacky baccy’ cousin, marijuana. But of course, there is no THC in the fast-growing...
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The color of economic recovery is green

With the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic felt far and wide, almost all countries are now in combat mode: issuing and implementing various policies to stop the spread and to cushion the impacts on the economy and people’s livelihood. For that purpose, governments have allocated more than US$12 trillion in the form of direct budget...