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Old good days by Camille Pissaro. Cow girl (Eragny: 1887)
Journal Agris on-line Papers in Economics and Informatics Vol. 11, No. 2 (2019) has been published.
I inform you that the latest issue of the Agris on-line Papers in Economics and Informatics has been published.
The journal is backed by an international editorial board the Czech Society for Information Technologies in Agriculture (CSITA) and the European Federation for Information Technology in Agriculture, Food and the Environment (EFITA).
We hope that the articles find your interest and are looking forward to receiving your suggestions, and publication interests.
In this issue you can read valuable research papers. Thanks the authors for the interesting and useful articles.
>>> Journal articles of Vol. 11, No. 2 (2019)
>>> The issue of Vol 11, No 2 (2019) in PDF
>>> Papers in the Vol. 11, No. 2 (2019):
Sina Ahmadi Kaliji, Seyed Mojtaba Mojaverian, Hamid Amirnejad, Maurizio Canavari
Factors Affecting Consumers' Dairy Products Preferences
Zoltán Bakucs, Zsófia Benedek, Imre Fertő
Spatial Price Transmission and Trade in the European Dairy Sector
Basuti Bolo, Dimane Mpoeleng, Irina Zlotnikova
Development of Methods Acquiring Real Time Very High Resolution Agricultural Spatial Information Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Robotic Internal Audit – Control Methods in the Selected Company
Jana Köppelová, Libuše Svatošová
Time Series Models: Development Trends of Foodstuffs Consumption in CR Considering Healthy Eating
Quang-Thanh Ngo, Hong-Ron Nguyen, Duc-Thuan Nguyen, Ngoc-Phuc Doan, Van-Thong Le, Thuy-Khanh Hong Thai
Adaptive Perception and Adaptation Responses to Weather Shocks: An Adaptation Deficit
Investigation of the Determinants of Market Power on Czech Pork Meat Market
Teodora Stillitano, Giacomo Falcone, Bruno Francesco Nicolň, Claudio Di Girolamo, Giovanni Gulisano, Anna Irene De Luca
Technical Efficiency Assessment of Intensive and Traditional Olive Farms in Southern Italy
Michal Šprysl, Eva Kluzáková, Jaroslav Čítek, Roman Stupka, Kateřina Zadinová
Economic Aspect of Growing Pigs with Respect to Sex and Immunocastration
Armands Veveris, Vaida Šapolaitė, Agota Giedrė Raišienė, Yuriy Bilan
How Rural Development Programmes Serve for Viability of Small farms? Case of Latvia and Lithuania
Contact: prof. Miroslav SVATOŠ (Editor in Chief)
Precision tools reinforce sustainability Brazilian farms
Innovative solutions already deliver more efficiency on the usage of chemicals, fertilisers, water, workforce and electricity across the country.
Agro 4.0 for free: Embrapa makes 35 apps available
Innovation adoption in agriculture is an increasing process across the world which can be expensive but, sometimes, for free as well. That is the case for more than 30 apps available in Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa) website.
6 steps to improve your fertiliser use efficiency
An average of 40% of the nitrogen fertiliser applied to crops isn’t utilised and could be lost. However, by making small changes to fertiliser use, farmers can reduce these losses and boost margins.
Tarvos monitors insects with computer vision and AI
Intelligent traps are the next generation of monitoring of pests and diseases with computer vision, object recognition and artificial intelligence (AI).
Virginia Tech provides real-time weather data to farmers
Virginia Tech and WeatherSTEM provide local, real-time weather forecasting as part of the new SmartFarm Innovation Network.
Dataplor raises $2M to digitize small businesses in Latin America
Is it possible to raise a carbon-neutral cow?
Camille Pissaro. Apple Pickers (Eragny: 1888)
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