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Bridging Digitazation between Europe and Asia and the Pacific


The 2018th  AGRITECHNICA ASIA in Bangkok developed to an irresistible platform not only for showcasing newest technical innovations but for exchange and even development of new knowledge. The supporting program included the AgriFuture Forum and one the subjects was the assumed differences in agriculture digitization between Europe and Southeast Asian and the Pacific.

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DairyRally 2018 celebrates its successful 1,250km Canadian tour

By Malene Conlong

The milk industry’s 2018 “Way for Milk!” motor rally took place in Canada in July – The week-long event provided valuable insights into Canadian dairy farming – EuroTier supported this year’s DairyRally as a global partner.

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Precision farming in potato production – challenges and opportunities

By Dr. Rolf Peters

The potato is one of the five most important crops cultivated worldwide. However, growing potatoes is associated with a high workload which can be significantly reduced by the use of technology. In addition, high yield and a tuber quality suitable for exploitation presuppose intensive plant management while the crop is growing.

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Welcome to Potato Europe 2018, welcome in Germany!

We look forward to having PotatoEurope back in Germany in 2018 at Rittergut Bockerode, near Hanover, on September 12-13. Why is it a "must" für potato growers to visit Germany this year?

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Agritechnica Asia expands

This year’s Agritechnica Asia trade fair in Bangkok will include the new Systems & Components Asia exhibition for the first time. Systems & Components is a platform where visitors involved in research and development, procurement and purchasing at original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the off-highway sector can find out about innovations in the fields of engines, hydraulics, axles, gearboxes, cabins, electronics and other components.

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EnergyDecentral 2018: Combined heat and power plants in agriculture

Farmers and companies involved with food production that want a self-sufficient source of electricity and heat could find a combined heat and power (CHP) plant a particularly rational form of energy production. Thanks to recent advances in drive technology and exhaust after-treatment, CHPs can provide the energy needed for farm operations or food production, while meeting future emission limits.

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