What is novel farming?

Novel Farming is the application of current technologies for the development of new agricultural techniques. A prime example is indoor and vertical farming, which uses LED lighting, sensors, and automation to effectively stack indoor on top of another. Novel farming is also the development of new technologies to develop new agricultural products such as Sustainable Proteins that cultivates meat products in a laboratory.

Research sees insect farming as alternative for meat production

A recent study conclude that lab-grown insect meat is the next green alternative to boost the quantity of food production. Furthermore, insect farming requires minimal...

Carbon footprint in Africa seeks environment-friendly farming practices

The president of South Africa has signed the Carbon Tax Act into law to encourage local farmers to dive in environmentally friendly practices to...

College university offers course on horticulture to boost crop diversification

To intensify crop diversification in the country, the Punjab Agricultural University will offer a college course for horticulture studies this year. Moreover, this course will...

Principles and Best Practices of Organic Farming

IFOAM (n.d.) defines organic farming or agriculture as a system of production that preserves soil health, the ecosystems and lives through naturally occurring processes,...

Smart solutions in Israel seek better food production

Agriculture seeks technological innovation to be able to address the growing demand in food production. How does Israel contributes to smart solutions in boosting...

Farmers learn conservation practices to boost farm profit

A two-year initiative led by Corteva Agriscience and The Nature Conservancy helps farmers for sustainable food production and water-quality conservation practices. Farmers in Mississippi will...
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