Simris Group AB (publ), today announces that since the restart of operations at its algae farm in Hammenhög, Sweden in January, that growth rates are more than three times the previous record rates.
Technology exists that the BC government could leverage to help small farmers connect directly with consumers and also mitigate climate change impacts, say new findings from UBC Okanagan.
Valio, A-Rehu, Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke) and the University of Helsinki are researching the potential for reducing ruminal methane emissions using a feed additive; the ‘Climate smart feeding solutions for Finnish milk production sector’ project is funded by the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry.
MIT alumnus-founded FarmWise uses autonomous machines to snip weeds while preserving crops, eliminating the need for herbicides.
Today, while visiting G.S.P.M. Distribution in Napierville, Quebec, the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, announced federal support for four new projects related to adopting clean technology by agri-businesses in Quebec.
Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, have made significant progress in producing “green” ammonia and, in turn, making “greener” fertilizers.
According to a study of the vegetation in New York City and some of its nearby densely populated areas, photosynthesis by trees and grasses absorbs nearly all of the carbon emissions produced by cars, trucks, and buses on many summer days.
EOS SAT-1, the initial satellite of EOS SAT, the first agri-focused satellite constellation launched by a remote sensing company, was successfully delivered into a low Earth orbit by SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.
The promise for American agriculture is tantalizing: healthier soil, more carbon kept in the ground, less fertilizer runoff, and less need for chemicals.
A project to support the development of the seaweed industry through marine farming has backing from the Ministry for Primary Industries’ Sustainable Food and Fibre Futures fund (SFF Futures), with CH4 Aotearoa receiving $850,000 towards its $2.6m marine farming pilot programme.