A few months ago, 8 precision seed drills, produced by different manufacturers, sowed corn as part of the Agricultural Technology Days. The SmartFarming specialists have conducted sprout analysis to determine which machinery coped with the task best.
One of the main tasks for crop breeders is to appropriately determine the hybrid potential. However, if soil properties are not taken into account, the conclusions about a particular cultivar will not be accurate and perhaps even erroneous.
We continue talking about why sprayer re-equipment is a necessary and popular case for many progressive agribusinesses. This time we are talking about the automatic section control with Andriy Kiyanenko, the innovation implementation department head at the Myronivskyi Khliboprodukt (MHP) Company.
Artem Belenkov is not just the founder and director of one of the most technologically advanced and innovative companies in Ukraine. He is also the initiator of the AgTech Ukraine project. We sat down with the SmartFarming director to talk about technological trends for agribusiness, demand for agricultural innovations, competition in the field of agricultural technologies, and whether investors should develop agricultural innovation start-ups in Ukraine today.
Bohdan Kryvitskyi, the IMC agribusiness’s deputy CEO for innovations, explains what steps to take if there is no opportunity to purchase new equipment but there is a desire to improve crop cultivation quality
The first large-scale spring agronetworking event AgroTalks Day#4 was held in Kiev. Agribusiness experts from all over Ukraine had a meeting to get acquainted with high-tech innovations and trends utilized within the agricultural sector
About 30% – this is the ratio of agriculture producers in Ukraine that implement precision farming technologies today. However, they usually limit this innovative technique to a single feature – an autopilot or a guidance system to avoid overlaps and gaps in the fields.