John Deere’s JDLink integrates Razor Tracking

The integration allows for Razor Tracking and John Deere customers to monitor their JDLink enabled equipment, service vehicles and non-powered equipment in either platform. more »

Funding enhances best-in-class agtech training by Western Growers

Curriculum development begins immediately, will be fully implemented by June 2025, and will assist 2,750 students and specially train 330 professors in California colleges. more »

CES 2022 is stage as John Deere reveals fully autonomous 8R Tractor

Available to farmers later this year, the fully autonomous tractor has six pairs of stereo cameras, which enable 360-degree obstacle detection and the calculation of distance, and constantly checks its position to within less than an inch of accuracy. more »

Peptides as insecticides

This new biological is engineered to work like a synthetic. ... more »

Closing the gap

Research teams are using imagery and action for smarter almond irrigation and water savings. ... more »

Agricultural microbe product startup wins $250,000 in AgSharks competition

After competing against four other finalists, 3Bar Biologics will receive international recognition, access to an expansive and valuable network, mentoring, and the opportunity to take its microbe tech to market. more »

AgSharks competition has final five agtech firms seeking $250,000

Selected out of over 100 competition applicants, these five startups will pitch to a panel of 400 fresh produce farmers and industry leaders. more »

OpenET aims to track water use across 17 Western states

A public-private coalition, featuring three federal agencies and several universities and private entities, is providing satellite-based estimates of evapotranspiration for better water management. more »

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