DODGE RAM
Rosch

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FAMILY BUSINESS

  • It is widely agreed that today’s global agriculture system is a social and environmental failure. Business as usual is no longer an option: biodiversity loss and nitrogen pollution are exceeding planetary limits, and catastrophic risks of climate change demand immediate action.

  • South Africa's farmers compete in a global village and have to use the latest technology to ensure that decision-making is as effective as possible. Technology also has an important role to play in empowering small-scale farmers to make their businesses more viable. 

  • A new study contrasts many recent headlines reporting that robots will take over our jobs in the future. Pearson, in partnership with Nesta and the Oxford Martin School, recently released a report entitled “The Future of Skills: Employment in 2030” which forecasts that only one in five workers are in professions that will shrink worldwide.

  • As the food industry continues to evolve, advanced technology is becoming a more prominent part of farming. In recent interviews, three experts shared their ideas about the future of farming and tech.

  • The breakneckgrowth of food demand due to the growing population worldwide is driving the demand for smart agriculture.

  • By combining the propellers of a quadcopter with an ingenious jumping mechanism, CropHopper is able to quickly travel across fields and work for much longer than a drone.

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CORONA VIRUS

Farming Diary

Jul
15

07.15.2020 - 07.17.2020

Aug
11

08.11.2020 - 08.14.2020

Sep
9

10:00 am 09.09.2020 - 11:00 am 09.11.2020

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