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Though the foundational components of plant life are understood, much of what happens below the soil remains obscure. Cornell University has initiated the development of a project to connect more dots regarding how roots engage with soil, by creating a wormlike robotic tool. Aiming to explore root interactions with soil, the robot concept offers great potential for plant growth data collection in a new way.

It’s not possible to sidestep the ongoing loom of the pandemic when talking about this year, which has produced seismic and international disruption across industries and personal lives. In the face of these new challenges, we are particularly humbled and grateful for our company’s successes in 2020. When reviewing our achievements, we reflect on the impact we have made with our new tools and are energized by our evolving plans for the year ahead.

Sorting and packing strategies for fresh fruit markets are always evolving, with any additional time saved in the supply chain leading to efficiency gains and less wastage. Logistical handling of fruit – from the initial point of harvest to its arrival at stores for consumer purchase – varies based on the variety.

Fresh fruit markets can provide consumers with desirable produce nearly year-round because of the innovations that mitigate and control the ripening process. Different interventions pre- and post-harvest take place according to the unique needs of each fruit type. Croptracker’s farm management and data visualization tools fit into any grower’s workflow to track and gain insights on the details that lead to a higher quality, higher value result.

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