Global soft drink giant PepsiCo released its first quarter results for 2016 this week revealing that it is currently receiving less than 25% of its global sales from carbonated soft drinks.
Industrial automation has been around for decades, but up until recently its use in indoor agriculture has been minimal.
The world’s first fully automated vegetable farm has been announced in Japan.
German manufacturer Bosch has shown off one of the world’s most efficient and specialised farming robots.
A new study has found that exposure of neonicotinoid pesticides affects the pollination services provided by bumblebees, resulting in the decrease in crop quality of apple trees.
The United Nations General Assembly last week formally adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a 17-point plan to eradicate global poverty, which also formally recognised the negative impact of tobacco consumption on health, wealth, and development around the world.
Kubota Manufacturing of America yesterday broke ground at its 502,000 square-foot manufacturing facility at Gateway Industrial Centre, in Gainesville-Hall County, Georgia.
New research has shown a link between the use of fungicides on crops and the decline of wild bee populations.
Indoor Harvest, a design build contractor of commercial grade aeroponic and hydroponic fixtures urban agriculture has announced a letter of intent with PUE 1.0 to design and build an engineered HVAC system for use in building integrated agriculture.
The world’s largest indoor vertical farm is set to be built in New Jersey.