Agritech

In the Know: This Week’s Agritech Round-Up (April 13, 2018)

The world of agritech is changing every day. Check out our weekly round-up to stay in-the-know on the evolving world that is agriculture technology.

Bank of America Envisions Blockchain As Internal Ledger

According to a patent application released this week, Bank of America is looking to adapt blockchain, allowing for the bank to securely record and authenticate personal and business data.

Read more here, via CoinDesk.


Brandon Batten uses Drone to Zero in On Crop Problems and Answers

Tobacco farmer and drone operator Brandon Batten uses drones to develop fertility plans and conduct stand counts for his small grain crops. He’s not the only one in the industry moving in this direction, as farmers begin to adapt drones to calibrate management decisions.

Read more here, via Southeast Farm Press.


Precision Farming: Leaders in the Field

Farmers are going to have to adapt to a wide range of technologies if they want to boost productivity. As several are already using drones and digital GPS markers to monitor crops, farmers are seeing an increase in yields.

Read more here, via the Engineer.


Technology Helping East Africa Unlock Agriculture Potential

In Ethiopia, technology is being used to improve the agriculture sector, by aerial images from satellites, soil sensors and weather forecasts helping to ease the management of crop growth.

Read more here, via East African Business Week.

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