Nitrogen fixers vs fertilizer

Nitrogen fixers vs fertilizer Nitrogen-fixing bacteria live in the soil and form symbiotic relationships with plants. These bacteria are able to convert atmospheric nitrogen into ammonia (NH3), which can be absorbed by the plant. The most common type of nitrogen-fixing bacteria is Rhizobia, which form nodules on the roots of legumes like peas, beans, and […]

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Automated agriculture

Automated agriculture The future of AgTech is being seeded right now. Automation is changing the face of farming, from highly automated suburban indoor farms, to computer vision-based autonomous weeding in the fields, and the massive disruption introduced by autonomous tractors. Read the whitepaper to learn: The automation of farming, unique challenges for agricultural robots, emerging […]

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