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El Siglo de Torreón

The increase of the population and the deterioration of the areas of cultivation, will make controlled agriculture like vertical farms, a solution to provide food in the cities of Latin America, said Gary Stutte, expert in space crops of the Agency of Aeronautics and the US Space (NASA).

FORAGRO (the Forum of the Americas for Agricultural Research and Technological Development)

The application of digital technologies in agriculture with the aim of improving efficiency, productivity and resilience to climate change is growing exponentially in the world and in our region. But these technological developments are not among the usual topics addressed by the actors of the agricultural innovation systems.

Agrofy News

Recognized for producing premium vegetables destined for national consumption, the horticulturists of Salta and Jujuy face difficulties in tomato production due to the incidence of pests and soil diseases, the reduction of yields by monoculture and adverse factors, added to scale limitations.

El Siglo de Torreón

The increase of the population and the deterioration of the areas of cultivation, will make controlled agriculture like vertical farms, a solution to provide food in the cities of Latin America, said Gary Stutte, expert in space crops of the Agency of Aeronautics and the US Space (NASA).

Agrofy News

The AgTech, technology-based companies that in recent years strengthened precision agriculture through the use of sensors, robotics and artificial intelligence, among other tools, seek to impact livestock production. Some still in development and others already in commercial phase, they promise disruptive changes for farm management.

USDA

Using high-tech tools, Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists and their cooperators have taken a deep dive into the microbial "soup" of the cow's rumen, the first of four stomach chambers where tough plant fibers are turned into nutrients and energy.