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5 Tips To Maximize Yields This Planting Season

Are you looking to improve your planting performance this spring to achieve maximum yields while also simplifying the entire operation? Because every grower has unique needs when it comes to planting technology and parts, it’s necessary to consider a variety ...

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Data increases agricultural productivity

The aim is to help the industry improve the management and interpretation of agridata for commercial benefit. Agriculture is one of the most data-rich industries and being able to act effectively on timely information can have a significant impact on ...

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Fundi bots develops robots to irrigate Ugandan farms

An enterprising Ugandan youth has developed an automated irrigation system that helps busy farmers in monitoring and irrigating farms at the touch of a button at a time when technology advancement in the continent is on a rise with latest ...

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African soil specialists confer on soil sustainability

Soil Specialists and other representatives from Africa have converged at Elmina to discuss sustainable soil management for improved food security. The three-day workshop, is being attended by 45 participants drawn from Ghana, Botswana, Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Cote d’Ivoire, ...

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Mystery solved: Why do knuckles crack?

The hand before knuckle-cracking (left) and after (right).PLOS One/Kawchuk et al. What is it that makes that popping sound when you crack your knuckles? If you think it’s vacuum cavities forming in the synovial fluid of the joint, give yourself ...

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Facebook and Gmail: what happens to data after your death?

Next of kin have been locked out of their deceased loved ones’ social media accounts due to a glitch in the law In 2005, a motorcycle accident took the life of 22-year-old Nebraskan Loren Williams. In an effort to find ...

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Aluminum Battery Recharges in 1sec

PORTLAND, Ore. — A flexible battery made from cheap, plentiful materials and which can recharge instantly is the Holy Grail of energy storage technology. Now Stanford University claims to achieved this goal. Called simply the “aluminum battery” it uses a ...

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Samsung’s New Galaxy S6 Went On Sale Today

The company is predicting record-breaking sales Samsung launched its latest flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, in the U.S. on Friday, marking the South Korean device maker’s latest attempt to revive smartphone sales after a year of tumbling ...

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Apple plans to unveil three iPhones this year, including iPhone 6C

Apple’s iPhone fans may receive three surprises at once this year as reports suggest that the firm is planning on unveiling three new models of the smartphone in September. According to a News.com.au. report, along with expected upgrades iPhone 6S and ...

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Microsoft nabs a Web win, in a tiff over touchscreens and mice

Responding to pressure from programmers, Google has warmed up to a Microsoft technology to let mice and touchscreens get along on the Web — a technology Apple rejected. A decade ago, Microsoft was the laughingstock of the Web: its browser ...

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