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  • AC foods has choosen Blueberry Vision from UNITEC

    AC foods has choosen Blueberry Vision from UNITEC

    The results achieved during these years by several US Fruit and Vegetable Packing Houses thanks to UNITEC technologies have been constantly improving our satisfaction, gratification and trust in operating in terms of technological innovation which leads to concrete results for our Customers. These results have been… Read More

  • Rooting of the onion in Spanish villages

    Rooting of the onion in Spanish villages

    The Mediterranean climate allows farmers to grow multiple fruits and vegetables in Spain, which makes our country an area with agricultural variety. Among these vegetables there is one that is rooted in the daily life of the Spanish, is the case of onions. This tuber becomes the protagonist of the Cebolla Fair that… Read More

  • PMA exhibition, pepper sizer, processing lines, ... and more

    PMA exhibition, pepper sizer, processing lines, ... and more

    The WYMA Fresh Thinking October 2018 newsletter highlights the participation of the company in the PMA exhibition, with Volm Companies, as co-exhibitor. WYMA and Volm announced months before a strategic partnership. Concerning chilli peppers, the size matters. Wyma developed a range of solutions to grade it: Spool… Read More

  • IPM Strategic for sweet cherries, including pests, diseases, weeds & vertebrates

    IPM Strategic for sweet cherries, including pests, diseases, weeds & vertebrates

    The United States is the second-largest producer of cherries in the world. Turkey is the leading cherry producer (FAOSTAT, 2013). United States sweet cherry production in 2016 reach 350,240 tons valued at $788 million. Washington led the nation in sweet cherry production (210,550 tons), followed by Oregon (62,080… Read More

  • Effects of water deficits on FST, fruit surface temperature, and sunburn damage in apple ´Cripps Pink´

    Effects of water deficits on FST, fruit surface temperature, and sunburn damage in apple ´Cripps Pink´

    Apple production systems in Australia are geared to supply the best quality fruit so that domestic consumption is sustained and export markets can expand. Growers, however, are faced with extreme variability in rainfall that can severely reduce regional irrigation resources. Many apple orchards are adopting deficit… Read More

  • Deficit irrigation in mango allows to control fruit size

    Deficit irrigation in mango allows to control fruit size

    Agricultural drought has a significant impact on crop yields and, therefore, food security within the context of global climate change. For growing crops successfully in this adverse scenario will be crucial to adjust to less available water. The implementation of efficient water-management strategies will be is a key… Read More

  • Arthur David increases efficiency and quality with FAM machines

    Arthur David increases efficiency and quality with FAM machines

    One of the customers of FAM, provider of industrial food cutting solutions combining the FAM Centris™ and FAM Dorphy™ is Arthur David, a family owned company from the UK. Originally serving the needs of the local greengrocers, the company grew through innovation and passion for the business, introducing prepared… Read More

  • Silk Water Group – success all along the line with TopControl

    Silk Water Group – success all along the line with TopControl

    The Georgia-based company has ordered two TOPCONTROL packaging lines for a newly built greenhouse in Iran. With extensive experience in the fields of agriculture, infrastructure, product marketing and project finance, Silk Water Group has set itself the task of assisting farms in Eurasia to exploit their potential and… Read More

  • Sakata Field Days in the Netherlands: a successful event!

    Sakata Field Days in the Netherlands: a successful event!

    We would like to thank the 430 visitors from 26 countries who came to visit our field and meet our teams over three days. The attendees took the opportunity to discover our new varieties, taste SAKATA’s red beet, squashes and flat cabbage and talk to our teams. Our red beet, broccoli, cabbage, baby leaf, squash,… Read More

  • What are evaporative air conditioners?

    What are evaporative air conditioners?

    Evaporative air coolers are all natural conditioning system with low power consumption and easy installation. MET MANN, as a manufacturer of evaporative air conditioners has a wide range of products developed airflows 5,500 m3/h to 63,000 m3/h. Our condition of manufacturers allows us to adapt to the needs of our… Read More