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Trutina helps Chinese greenhouse owners create a more efficient irrigation strategy

Yang Kun from TickRise Consulting (Trutina expert and greenhouse consultant in China) shares how our innovative greenhouse data monitoring solution helped a local greenhouse to solve its irrigation problems and maximize its production. Project briefLocation: Fanfan Farm – Sanhe City, Langfang City, Hebei Province, ChinaVegetable: tomato and colored peppersArea: 2 ha, divided into 4 independent […]

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CASE STUDY: IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT OF TOMATO CULTIVATION IN SOIL

by András Ujszászi – CTO Gremon Systems has set the goal, based on its extensive market experience and the feedback of professionals working in cultivation, to develop along with its existing products a solution, specifically for soil growers, which helps them a lot in their daily work.    Over the past decades, with the breaking away […]

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Case Study: Trutina Soil – Irrigation Strategy in Soil

Number of soil moisture (EC, Temp.) sensors may vary depending on customer needs. These sensors must be placed in different soil depths, our recommendation is 15 and 20 centimeters, but it is very dependent on the local soil conditions. We are going to display the relevant values on the brand new Trutina Soil dashboard which […]

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JOURNEY FROM REACTIVE TO PROACTIVE GREENHOUSE MANAGEMENT

  MODERN TECHNOLOGIES AND TRADITIONAL PARADIGMSHow current paradigms will change as a result of on automation, robotization, artificial intelligence, data analysis in greenhouses. This series of articles will cover all the steps how traditional greenhouse operators can change to become modern and innovative actor of this competing market. CURRENT SITUATION AND VISION As many other […]

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Plant Physiology

In order to maximize the yield, we need to know how to balance the vegetative-generative condition of plants. The highest possible amount of crop can only be harvested if the plants expend most of their energy into crop production. Every extremity, be it climatic, the alteration of soil moisture and/or that of the nutrient content […]

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Things you didn’t know about automatic watering systems

Irrigation is an important process in any farming, and because of this reason, ‘computerization’ first came into the irrigation system before anything in agriculture. Plants need water, and there is no surprise about this fact. But what makes the difference was the understanding that there is a specific time when they need it. Irrigating plants […]

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How to use modern agriculture apps to improve your efficiency?

Being smart in this very era is no longer a choice, rather an inevitable and urging need to stay with the crowd. This ‘e-change’ had created a global boom, and the reciprocation can be seen in the agricultural industry as well. Agricultural apps are the latest derivatives of smart farming, used by thousands of farmers […]

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How to manage agriculture data wisely?

Have you ever wondered how farming practices could bring a change in the overall profit? When farming is a business, it’s all about getting the best help possible, and that’s where computing technology comes in. Precision agriculture is all about optimizing the agricultural practice according to the various factors like, weather pattern, soil characteristics, location […]

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Key elements of modern agriculture that take most effects on future

Resources are limited, our planet is struggling to strive as days pass by depleting the very own cause of life – ‘water’. But all this cannot stop humans from evolving and we are far from our ancestor’s era for nature to simply knock us down; all thanks to science! Modern agriculture is the new age […]

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How plant physiology influences efficiency?

‘You reap what you sow’ ain’t a mere idiom, rather has a lot of in-depth meaning to it. Knowing the plant physiology in the modern era will be the difference between being a successful agriculturalist or a struggling yeoman. It is basically the study of ‘how a plant works’, and understanding the basics could help […]

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