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The AgTech, technology-based companies that in recent years strengthened precision agriculture through the use of sensors, robotics and artificial intelligence, among other tools, seek to impact livestock production. Some still in development and others already in commercial phase, they promise disruptive changes for farm management.

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Western Sydney University's expertise in water management is providing an efficient tool for monitoring scarce groundwater reserves as large parts of India bake in extreme drought and heat. The MyWell smartphone app is enabling Indian farmers to monitor and manage scarce groundwater in a distributed and localized way to monitor water levels

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Agriculture has everything to be the next great stage of the technological revolution.

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Six bean crops released by Embrapa and some collaborators took small farmers in the municipality of Jequitibá, 100 kilometers from Belo Horizonte, the possibility of producing scale and stability to comply with the

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Watson Decision Platform for Agriculture aims to combine predictive analytics, artificial intelligence, weather data, and Internet of Things sensors to give farmers insights on plowing, planting, spraying, and harvesting. IBM is hoping Watson can improve the future of food and crop years as it launched a global version of its

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A global map of tree microbial symbioses, produced by the Global Forest Biodiversity Initiative (GFBI), is front-page news in the 16 May issue of Nature . CIRAD, which is on the GFBI Steering Committee, helped coordinate the gathering and analysis of data on tropical forests.