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World’s Largest Indoor Vertical Farm that save irrigation water

By | April 14th, 2017|Soil and Water|

Urban Vertical Farming through Aero Farms   Vertical Farming tends to save space but with 70 times greater yields with no pesticide, fertilizer and etc.  From being an old steel factory in New Jersey, this 69,000 square foot space is the new home of the world’s largest vertical farm. It is predicted to grow 2 [...]

Acoustic Sensors for Irrigation Systems

By | April 4th, 2017|Soil and Water|

Acoustic Sensors for Irrigation Systems   Fresh water is continually challenge by different factors. Agriculture is the biggest consumer of the global freshwater in the world. Thus, having a good irrigation plan would minimize the effect of the lack of freshwater. Humans derive its energy and nutrients from different livestock and crop which consumes water, [...]

Top 3 Area Calculator Mobile Applications 2017

By | March 30th, 2017|Soil and Water|

You don't need a GPS device or Survey Team!   These mobile applications are useful for different users. Buying a GPS device is quite expensive especially for personal use. We all know that surveying is quite hard especially when you are a one man team. Hiring someone to calculate a tract land would be very [...]

Basic Irrigation Schedule and Computations

By | March 26th, 2017|Development, Soil and Water|

When and how much water to irrigate? Basic irrigation computations are need to assure the success in your farms. Irrigation is the artificial addition of water in the farm. However, how do you know you need to irrigate? Irrigation is a tedious task especially when you don't have any experience. Almost all farmers only detects water [...]

Top 5 topics GIS Methods for Agricultural Research Ideas and Development

By | March 6th, 2017|Soil and Water|

GIS Methods for Agricultural Research best way to help your community   Agricultural research using GIS is one the most unique topics in research since there small number of GIS specialist. Moreover, maps are visual representation of the spherical earth. These maps existed as early as 6th to 5th century BCE which based on the [...]

Desalination Combating Drought in Agriculture for Arid Areas

By | February 7th, 2017|Soil and Water|

Freshwater is a term used for a water that has no significant amount of salt or low concentration of salt. Freshwater pertains to bodies of water like ponds, rivers, streams and lakes. Rainfall is also an example of freshwater. However, most the rainfall that hits the surface of the earth is mostly insignificantly. If [...]